The high cost of failing to market

Graham, John
January 2005
Proofs;Jan2005, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p72
Trade Publication
Enumerates reasons behind the cost effectiveness of marketing. Role of marketing in competitor attacks; Importance of marketing in the creation of a company's future; Advantages of marketing in selling.


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