3 edition of Broadening the concept of marketing found in the catalog.
Broadening the concept of marketing
American Marketing Association.
Written in English
|Statement||Ed. by David L. Sparks.|
|Series||Conference proceedings, Fall 1970, series 32|
|Contributions||Sparks, David L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 127 p.|
|Number of Pages||127|
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Marketing Management Article Review Marketing Concept Broadening the Concept of Marketing Philip Kotler &. MARKETING NOTES AND COMMUNICATIONS Broadening the Concept of Marketing-Too Far This is a rejoinder to "Broadening the Marketing Concept" which appeared in the January issue of the JOURNAL OF MARKETING.
Exception is taken to the broad concept of marketing advanced in that article. Re. Broadening the Concept of Green Marketing: Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: /ch This chapter investigates the concept of strategic corporate social responsibility to broaden the concept of green marketing.
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This paper proposes that the concept of relationship marketing be broadened in the same way that the concept of marketing was broadened in the late sixties (Kotler and Levy ).Author: Terry Beckman. Broadening: Übertragung des Marketingansatzes auf nicht kommerzielle Institutionen-Social Marketing: Marketing für soziale Ideen die einen gesellschaftlichen Nutzen haben-Generic Marketing: Marketing als Anregung zu Austauschprozessen von mindestens 2 sozialen Einheiten.
Marketing für öffentliche Betriebe: non business marketing. Broadening the Concept of Marketing PHILIP KOTLER and SIDNEY J.
LEVY Marketing is a pervasive societal activity that goes considerably beyond the selling of toothpaste, soap, and steel. The authors inter-pret the meaning of market-ing for nonbusiness organiza-tions and the nature of mar-keting functions such as product innprovement, pricing, distribution, and.
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Broadening the Concept of Marketing Still Further proposes that since the s, the market has reached a new, grand stage of evolution: the megamarketing stage. This broadening of the market has included covering non-profit organizations and using political scientists as part of market research.Is humanistic marketing possible?
Can the marketing concept be suitably applied beyond commercial situations and to the public interest? Is marketing a universal tool, a technology, even a science geared to the work of identifying and satisfying human needs and therefore unyoked to culturally particular values or implicit theories of human needs and satisfactions?3 The marketing concept.
4 The broadening concept of marketing. 5 The marketing mix. 6 The functions of marketing. 7 The marketing (planning) process.
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