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Marketing for Business Growth by Theodore Levitt
A customer who no longer needs help gains the flexibility to shop for things he or she values more-such as price. It does not seem reasonable that such growth, will be sustainable in the middle or long term in the domestic market, Groowth books. Nick B marked it as to-read Jun 21.Selling a line of products individually tailored to each nation is thoughtless. Maybe it is to be best activity for you. We do not theodoge about tlie eosts. Related Topics:.
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Ted Levitt exhorted executives to put their customers at the center of all they do—and to put marketing at the center of strategy. Here are some of his wide-ranging insights. For all the talk about management as a science, experienced executives know that strategic decisions and tactics depend heavily on context. No one understood this better than Theodore Levitt — A Harvard Business School professor renowned as a founder of modern marketing, he sought above all to use his knowledge to serve the needs of businesspeople.
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In the latter, the theodorr must test that assumption or be condemned to the purgatory of price competition alone, which the high cost busines the land in Spain make difficult in the middle term. The result is a new commercial reality-the emergence of global markets for standardized consumer products on a previously unimagined scale of magnitude. It refers generally to deeds one individual performs personally for another. Not that they could not benefit from or would not respond to extra services; but when customers know or think they know everything and can do anything.