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The 30 Day MBA in Marketing

Your Fast Track Guide to Business Success

Gain all the marketing skills and know-how you would get from an MBA course at a top business school - at a tiny fraction of the cost.
    Paperback£16.99
    Ebook£14.16
    Print + ebook bundle£21.30
EAN: 9780749474980
Edition: 2
Published:
Paperback
Format: 234x157
280 pages
    About the book
    Table of contents
    Supporting resources

About the book

The 30 Day MBA in Marketing provides a complete marketing 'course' spanning twelve disciplinary areas, and including hot topics such as: buyer behaviour, marketing strategy, promotion and advertising, pricing, managing the marketing organization and marketing and the law. Each chapter includes at least one practical real life example to illustrate how marketing concepts apply to business decision making.

Learn what they teach you on professional marketing courses and at the world's top Business Schools and why it matters to you; eliminate gaps in your marketing knowledge and take part in business decision making on an equal footing with MBA graduates or your company marketing director.

The 30 Day MBA in Marketing includes detailed information on how to find and analyse market data on any business or market anywhere and online resources that enable you to test your own knowledge. It also provides an invaluable guide to finding further information and free resources on each topic covered.

Online supporting resources for this book include a bonus chapter on business communication, self-test question and answers and appendices.

About the authors

Colin Barrow

Following a career in business where he held senior staff and line positions, including that of managing director of a substantial manufacturing enterprise with multi -plant and multi-country operations he was Head of the Enterprise Group at Cranfield School of Management, a leading European Business School, for ten years. He has been a visiting professor in universities in the US, Europe and East Asia. For five years he was a non-executive director of a high tech venture capital fund, has sat on Government task forces and is now strategic advisor to a number of business owners.

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