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The book will appeal to both the teacher and the taught, through the vivid portrayal of marketing challenges and the application of concepts. Dr Ramesh Narasimhan, Associate Professor, School of Business Management, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies NMIMS , Mumbai Here is a text that every academician in the field of marketing would love to refer to because it not only flows with the thoughts and observations of a teacher but also represents an understanding of marketing with reference to contemporary India in relation to the rest of the world. Dr Vinay Sharma, Department of Management Studies Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee I have seen this book growing from its earliest edition and keeping pace with the changing marketing world around. The authors deserve kudos for the same.

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Letters from customers are answered before that of HO 2. Promises to customers are almost sacred for everyone in the company 3. Non-Marketing people e. Design, Production etc. Very high number of Repeat Buyers and each of them is proud to be associated with the company 7. Customer visit reports are always read by Senior executives and acted upon promptly Everyone in the department knows the Top Ten Customers Trim.

Find Out what will Satisfy them Please them Delight them 3. Identify the changes needed 5. Work on people including yourself who can make it happen Trim. Why Does He Buy? What Is His Opinion? What Are His Problems? Which market are we gaining and what is the reason for our gain in market share Are our competitor s vulnerable?

How can we exploit their weaknesses? How well do we know our market? What do we need to know about our customers? Who are they - Actual and Potential? How many? What do they currently buy? At what Price? For what purpose? How often? How much? Why do they buy? How do they buy? How do they chose between competitors? How well do we know our Competitors? What do we need to know about our competitors? Who are our competitors? What will they do? And How will we react?

What will we do? And how will they react? How well do we know our Markets? How can we get this information? What can we do with this information?

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The book will appeal to both the teacher and the taught, through the vivid portrayal of marketing challenges and the application of concepts. Department of Management Studies Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee Here is a text that every academician in the field of marketing would love to refer to because it not only flows with the thoughts and observations of a teacher but also represents an understanding of marketing with reference to contemporary India in relation to the rest of the world. The authors deserve kudos for the same. I am sure that students and teachers in earnest will receive the sixth edition of the book.

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MARKETING MANAGEMENT RAMASWAMY NAMAKUMARI PDF

Letters from customers are answered before that of HO 2. Promises to customers are almost sacred for everyone in the company 3. Non-Marketing people e. Design, Production etc. Very high number of Repeat Buyers and each of them is proud to be associated with the company 7.

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Ramaswamy and S. Published by SAGE, a leading global publisher of academic books and journals, this book is worth considering for teaching marketing management. Authored by Dr V. Namakumari, who has experience of 20 years in Sales and Marketing, the sixth edition of Marketing Management takes the theme of Value-Creation as the central purpose of marketing and delves deep into it. The voluminous book, that runs in pages, is divided into nine parts. The third part analyses Consumers and Selecting Markets. The last and ninth part of the book focussed on unique Indian challenge and opportunity — Rural Marketing.

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