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  • The Marketing Analysis of Starbucks
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  • Marketing
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  • A Proposal for a New Market Strategy for the Thomas Burberry London Perfume Range
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  • Marketting
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  • Marketing
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  • Bond
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  • Course Notes
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  • Le Chateau: Positioning for the Post-Boomer Market
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  • Strategys
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  • Positioning
    that it can serve most effectively. - For this, they need to choose/select its markets & serve them well, i.e., instead of scattering the marketing effort (Shot Gun Approach), they can focus on buyers whom they have greatest chance of satisfying (Rifle Approach). This is called target marketing. - Target...
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  • segmentation, targetting and positioning
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  • Principles of Marketing
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  • Marketing Strategy
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  • Global Marketing and R&D
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  • Market Segmentation
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  • Customer Perception on Nandi Products at Kmf
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  • MGT STUDY
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