Essays about: "importance of marketing to national development"

Found 3 essays containing the words importance of marketing to national development.

  1. 1. Automotive Fleet Sales Management

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Produktionsekonomi

    Author : Jakob Olsson; Gustav Westling; [2016]
    Keywords : Fleet sales; fleet cars; company cars; management; internal best practices; organizational learnings; business sales strategy; NFA; LeaseCo; automotive industry; trend analysis; future best practices; digitalization connectivity; omni-channel; WLTP; customer and vehicle data; online sales; direct sales; B2B; B2C; dealerships; CRM; business model disruption; Technology and Engineering;

    Abstract : Background The Master’s Thesis Case Study Company is a premium brand automotive OEM. In the Swedish fleet car (or company car) market, the company is lagging behind its main competitors in terms of market share a fact that is not true for several other European markets. READ MORE

  2. 2. Marketing information operation in Ethiopia with special reference to the Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX) coffee trading

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Kinato Girma Nigussie; [2011]
    Keywords : Coffee; Market information; Commodities ; Commodity Exchange; Market Value Chain;

    Abstract : Coffee is of global importance, ranking second to petroleum in world commodity trade. In addition, coffee is of particular importance as a major export commodity in many low-income countries in Latin America, Africa, and Asia (Lucier, 1988). READ MORE

  3. 3. THE LIMIT OF ARTICLE 28 EC - the ten year development of Keck and Mithouard

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Elin Siroiney; [2003]
    Keywords : EG-rätt; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The Treaty provisions regulating the free movement of goods are articles 28 to 31 EEC (former articles 30 to 36). Article 28 prohibits Member States from discriminating, that is, favouring or in any other way putting its domestic products at an advantage against imported products unless the Member State can find just cause under article 30 (former article 36) for its practices. READ MORE