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New Marketing Books by Richard Gee

New Marketing Books by Richard Gee

Whether you are a business of one or a multinational these resources are indispensable even if, in all modesty, I say so myself.

Why are these new manuals so good? Well there is 20 plus years of my hands on experience plus ideas and insights from working with over 10,000 business people in NZ, Australia and the UK. All these ideas and experiences have been drawn together to give a precise and cutting edge perspective of what is necessary to be successful in marketing TODAY!

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Richard Gee....

Creating Opportunities for Marketing Success
Creating a Strategic Marketing Plan

100 pages of step by step question and answer guide to creating your plan to ensure your business is marketing focussed and that every area of the plan has been reviewed and strategies set, Ideas, examples, checklists, and ideal for business partners and banks to review.

You will learn, what the plan is used for and how to do a plan step by step, how to set objectives that relate to performance, identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and what to do about them, create advertising strategies that work, and organise your sales efforts, and you get a free email review...

Prices
New Zealand $30
Australia $25
United States $20
India 915 INR
United Kingdom £10


Creating a Market Audit/ How to do a Market Audit

100 pages of step by step question and answer to completing a market audit for your business to examine your marketing strengths and weakness's and brand performance.

You will learn how to review your organisations communication effectiveness both internally and externally, and how to get buy in from other management and what future paths you should take. you will learn what your customers think about your marketing, and what your staff understand... plus free review by email of your audit for strategies.

Prices
New Zealand $30
Australia $25
United States $20
India 915 INR
United Kingdom £10


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