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RUTGERS33:630:301Stacy SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Boston Consulting Group, Swot Analysis, Market Segmentation

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RUTGERS33:630:301Stacy SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Reserve Teams In Norwegian Football, Marketing Mix, Test Market

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RUTGERS33:630:301Stacy SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Vertical Service Code, Customer Service, Marketing Mix

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7. 2 product and service decisions: individual product and service decisions, product and service attributes. Product features: one without any extras
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RUTGERS33:630:301Stacy SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Predatory Pricing, Target Costing, Geographical Pricing

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RUTGERS33:630:301Stacy SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Value Proposition, High Tech, Mass Marketing

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Market segmentation dividing a market into distinct groups of buyers who have different needs, characteristics, or behaviors and who might require sepa
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RUTGERS33:630:301FinnFall

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Fixed Cost, Variable Cost

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Price the money or other consideraions exchanged for the ownership/use of a product/service. Value-pricing pracice of simultaneously increasing product
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RUTGERS33:630:301FinnFall

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1: North American Free Trade Agreement, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Gross Domestic Product

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$ value of world trade has more than doubled in the past decade; will exceed trillion in. Manufactured goods/commodiies account for 75% of world trade
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RUTGERS33:630:301FinnFall

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Stockout, Fraternities And Sororities

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Consumer behavior acions a person takes in purchasing & using products/services including the mental/social process that come before/ater these acions.
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RUTGERS33:630:301FinnFall

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Product Differentiation, Marketing Mix

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Product life cycle stages a new product goes through in the marketplace. *when a product is introduced to the intended market. Lack of proit= result of
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RUTGERS33:630:301FinnFall

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Management Consulting, United States Postal Service, Customer Experience

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RUTGERS33:630:301FinnFall

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Relationship Marketing, Marketing Mix, Customer Experience

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Good markeing isn"t always easy thousands of new products fail every year. Markeing the acivity for creaing, communicaing, delivering and exchanging of
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RUTGERS33:630:301Stacy SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Marketing Management, Natural Environment, Strategos

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Chapter 3 analyzing the marketing environment: 3. 1 the microenvironment. Microenvironment the actors close to the company that affect its ability to e
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