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Marketing: A Guide To The Fundamentals (The Economist) by Patrick Forsyth

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The late great Peter Drucker defined marketing as “looking at the business through the customers’ eyes.” Even though organizations are becoming increasingly customer-focused, marketing is still one of the most misunderstood areas of business.

This guide explains what marketing is and the techniques marketers use. Topics covered include:
– The marketing mix
– Pricing policy
– Different methods of market research

This guide to the fundamentals will be invaluable for anyone aiming to excel in a customer-focused organization

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