Fast Fashion Versus Luxury Fashion

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“Marketing ethics has developed in the context of business ethics that reflects the interests of various stakeholders in the exchange process. Baumhart (1961) and Tzalikis and Fritzsche (1989) suggest that moral issues in marketing are particularly important as marketing is expected to identify,

anticipate and satisfy customer requirements profitably, thus creating and sustaining the interface between consumer preferences and companies’ market aspirations” (Carrigan/Marinova/Szmigin, 2005, p. 481).”

“Marketing ethics has developed in the context of business ethics that reflects the interests of various stakeholders in the exchange process. Baumhart (1961) and Tzalikis and Fritzsche (1989) suggest that moral issues in marketing are particularly important as marketing is expected to identify, anticipate and satisfy customer requirements profitably, thus creating and sustaining the interface between consumer preferences and companies’ market aspirations” (Carrigan/Marinova/Szmigin, 2005, p. 481).”

“Marketing ethics has developed in the context of business ethics that reflects the interests of various stakeholders in the exchange process. Baumhart (1961) and Tzalikis and Fritzsche (1989) suggest that moral issues in marketing are particularly...
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