Using Innovative Marketing Strategies to Increase the Effectiveness of the Activities of Grape-Growing Enterprises

  • Diyora Usmonova Department of Marketing, Tashkent State University of Economics, Tashkent city, Uzbekistan
Keywords: Grape-Growing Enterprises; Innovative Marketing Strategies; Digital Marketing; Experiential Marketing; Influencer Marketing; Competitive Market; Consumer Preferences; Sustainable Growth


Grape-growing enterprises face several challenges in maintaining their effectiveness in the competitive market. One way to enhance their effectiveness is by implementing innovative marketing strategies. However, there is a research gap regarding the effectiveness of such strategies in the grape-growing industry. The objective of this study is to explore the use of innovative marketing strategies to increase the effectiveness of grape-growing enterprises. This study employed a qualitative research approach, involving interviews with grape-growing enterprises that have implemented innovative marketing strategies. The findings suggest that the use of innovative marketing strategies, such as digital marketing, experiential marketing, and influencer marketing, can increase the effectiveness of grape-growing enterprises. Furthermore, adapting to changing consumer preferences and differentiating from competitors is crucial for remaining competitive in the market. The adoption of innovative marketing strategies can help grape-growing enterprises increase their effectiveness and achieve sustainable growth in the long run. This study provides valuable insights into the effectiveness of innovative marketing strategies in the grape-growing industry and can serve as a basis for further research in this field.


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How to Cite
Usmonova, D. (2023). Using Innovative Marketing Strategies to Increase the Effectiveness of the Activities of Grape-Growing Enterprises. International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 6(6), 405-414.