Dispensing with loyalty

Mitchell, Alan
July 2002
Brand Strategy;Jul2002, Issue 161, p40
Trade Publication
Discusses the assumption that loyal customers are more profitable. Need for companies to focus on mutual benefit; Business-to-business marketers' argument that the most financially significant loyal accounts are often the least profitable; Research suggesting that people who spend less on a brand have a greater financial impact than people who actually defect.


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