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Value-Added, Every Time. Grewal's value-based approach emphasizes that even the best products and services will go unsold if marketers cannot communicate their value. M: Marketing is the most concise, impactful approach to Principles of Marketing on the market, with tightly integrated topics that explore both marketing fundamentals and new influencers, all in an engaging format that allows for easy classroom and assignment management. A robust suite of instructor resources and regularly updated Grewal/Levy author blog provide a steady stream of current, fresh ideas for the classroom.
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Table of Contents
Section One Assessing The Marketplace
Chapter 1 Overview Of Marketing
Chapter 2 Developing Marketing Strategies And A Marketing Plan
Chapter 3 Social And Mobile Marketing
Chapter 4 Marketing Ethics
Chapter 5 Analyzing The Marketing Environment
Section Two Understanding The Marketplace
Chapter 6 Consumer Behavior
Chapter 7 Business–To–Business Marketing
Chapter 8 Global Marketing
Section Three Targeting The Marketplace
Chapter 9 Segmentation, Targeting, And Positioning
Chapter 10 Marketing Research
Section Four Value Creation
Chapter 11 Product, Branding, And Packaging Decisions
Chapter 12 Developing New Products
Chapter 13 Services: The Intangible Product
Section Five Value Capture
Chapter 14 Pricing Concepts For Establishing Value
Section Six Value Delivery: Designing The Channel And Supply Chain
Chapter 15 Supply Chain And Channel Management
Chapter 16 Retailing And Omnichannel Marketing