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10 000 saved in purchasing is £10 000 straight into profit. In marketing, it is vital to get the best prices for printing and media space to get the most out of a limited budget. Fresh Foods’ value chain A group of young entrepreneurs have decided they want to set up a business called ‘Fresh Foods’ to provide a wide variety of freshly prepared speciality dishes to be consumed both on the premises and to ‘takeaway’. Below is a value chain analysis for this situation with some comments on the creative interpretation of the model and some discussion.

G. how many thousands of cars a day – so we have the right number of lanes). g. ). The next question is: What are the characteristics of the river to be bridged? ). In the marketing task, what are the characteristics of the marketing problem? (Are they elements of B2B and/or services and/or international and/or . . ). ). In the marketing task, the shape and content of the output will be affected by the macro and microenvironment. g. the replacement of steel reinforced concrete with carbon fibre composites reducing weight and reducing maintenance.

E. from manufacture to eventual recycling). Relationship Marketing – A focus on the total lifetime relationship with a customer rather than the individual transactions. Study Guide It can be argued that much of marketing was initially developed for the consumer goods sector. It is not surprising that techniques used to sell confectionery will not work for an aircraft manufacturer selling airliners. Many definitions of marketing contain the word profit. Charities and social marketers have other aims such as improving the health of the nation.

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