Bread, sugar 'n milk vs two Ferraris

May 2013
NZ Business;May2013, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p63
Trade Publication
The article discusses marketing strategies for both retail and online outlets. It suggests to know and understand the customers. It recommends to connect with the customers and to serve the customers. It advises to support the customers and to invest in the customers. It suggests to retain the customers.


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