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Teachers" guide to marketing and production decisions.

Peter Tinniswood

Teachers" guide to marketing and production decisions.

by Peter Tinniswood

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Published by Longman in Harlow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesUnderstanding business
ContributionsTinniswood, Peter.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 84p.
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21545896M
ISBN 100582067731

g It provides a guide to measure progress and outcome. g It gives clarity to who does what, when, with what marketing tools. Market Research Marketing research is defined as a series of activities designed to identify customer needs and wants, and satisfy these while making a reasonable profit on a quality product or service. Targeting in marketing is a strategy that breaks a large market into smaller segments to concentrate on a specific group of customers within that audience. It defines a segment of customers based on their unique characteristics and focuses solely on serving them.

2 THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE OPERATIONS Operations management (OM) is the business function responsible for managing the process of creation of goods and services. It involves planning, organizing, coordinat-ing, and controlling all the resources needed to produce a company’s goods and Size: KB. Decisions regarding the product, price, promotion and distribution channels are decisions on the elements of the "marketing mix". It can be argued that product decisions are probably the most crucial as the product is the very epitome of marketing planning. Errors in product decisions are legion.

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