Applied Strategic Marketing 5/E ePDF

Level/Grade: Tertiary
Author(s): Berndt, A (Ed.); Mpinganjira, M (Ed.); Strydom, J (Ed.)
ISBN: 9781485715429
License: Perpetual licence
File type: ePDF
R476,00
R476,00
Applied Strategic Marketing 5th edition discusses the strategic role of marketing management in organisations. The focus is on how managers choose and manage the markets they serve, how they handle competition and what strategies they devise to build brand value and customer relationships in the dynamic marketing environment of present-day South Africa.

This book guides the reader through the different phases of the strategic planning process and provides a framework for designing and implementing a marketing plan.

Building on the success of the 4th edition, the fully updated and revised 5th edition deals with the following topics:
  • The nature of strategic marketing;
  • Strategic marketing planning;
  • Market-based and resource-based analyses;
  • Market sensing and insights;
  • Strategic positioning;
  • Identifying a sustainable competitive advantage;
  • Competitive, international and brand-based strategies;
  • Relationship-based and customer-based strategies;
  • Strategy implementation, control and evaluation; and
  • Marketing metrics.
Applied Strategic Marketing 5th edition is anchored in the South African environment and discusses the impact of global trends. This book includes many industry-related examples, scenarios and case studies, and offers great value to students and practitioners of strategic marketing.

This eBook is in ePDF format, which enables you to:
  • View the entire book offline on desktop or tablet;
  • Search for and highlight text; and
  • Add and edit personal notes directly in your eBook.
Country South Africa
Product Type Text Book
Author(s) Berndt, A (Ed.); Mpinganjira, M (Ed.); Strydom, J (Ed.)
Level/Grade Tertiary
Brand Not applicable
Imprint Pearson South Africa
ISBN 9781485715429
Licence Perpetual licence
File type ePDF
Format Fixed layout
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