January 1998
Practice of Public Relations: A Caribbean Perspective;1998, p26
The article focuses on the role of public relations in marketing practices. It says that many companies, such as Cement Co. in Jamaica, have recognized the importance of public relations in their marketing functions because it can enhance their own profit margin in the long term. It mentions that market research can link the organisation with its market environment by using specification analyses and interpretation of information.


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