Book Title:Principles of Marketing
Author(s): Philip Kotler, Gary Armstrong
Publisher: Pearson Education, Year: 2007
Size: 116.58 MB
In this book Principles of Marketing, 12th Edition Philip Kotler links the profit motive to the satisfaction of consumer wants and society’s well-being. In order to market effectively, Kotler believes the marketing purpose of elevating consumer well-being has to be put at the heart of company strategy and be practiced by all managers. The twelfth version of this mainstream text keeps on expanding on four significant advertising subjects: assembling and overseeing beneficial client connections, constructing and overseeing solid brands to make brand value, bridling new promoting advancements in the computerized age, and showcasing in a socially mindful route far and wide. Altogether refreshed and smoothed out, Principles of Marketing recounts the accounts that uncover the show of current advertising, mirroring the significant patterns and powers that are affecting this dynamic and ever-evolving field. Themes include: the showcasing climate, overseeing data, shopper and business purchaser conduct, division, focusing on, and situating, marking procedures, dissemination channels, publicizing and deals advancement, direct promoting, and the worldwide commercial center. An incredible instrument for anybody in showcasing and deals, regardless of whether self-or corporate-utilized.
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