Incorporating the Customer Perspective

Bradley, David
November 2001
Marketing Management;Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p56
Discusses several considerations in implementing an effective marketing plan. Elements required in doing business on customer terms; How companies can succeed in a customer economy; How to acquire customer information; Importance of customer knowledge for the efficiency of companies.


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