|Essentials of Marketing||
Essentials of Marketing
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Help your students grasp the principles of marketing with this concise text. Essentials of Marketing, 3rd edition, combines theory and practice to equip your students with the information they need to gain a practical understanding of modern marketing. Written in a concise, lively style, the text is ideal for short introductory courses in marketing.
New sections include:
This edition now covers topics such as:
The eagerly awaited third edition of Brassington and Pettitt’s innovative and creative Essentials of Marketing is a concise, no-nonsense book, designed to contain all the essential information that students need to understand when taking a short introductory course.
Like Principles of Marketing, our essentials text brings together theory and practice. It covers a wide range of applications, industries and markets, exploring the way marketers must respond to those situations that demand an innovative response.
Written in a lively style with great design, Essentials of Marketing features the following:
· New and exciting examples from a range of industries, organisations and countries.
· New topics essential to modern marketing such as non-profit marketing and e-marketing give a well-rounded and integrated understanding of the subject.
· End-of-chapter questions reinforce understanding.
· Thought-provoking and sometimes provocative real-world case studies designed for discussion are drawn from a range of well-known small, medium and large-sized companies.
Dr Frances Brassington, Principal Lecturer, Oxford Brookes University.
Dr Stephen Pettitt, former Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Bedfordshire, and marketing consultant.
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Dr Frances Brassington is Principal Lecturer in Marketing at Oxford Brookes University Faculty of Business. She has taught marketing at all levels and on a wide range of undergraduate marketing modules and programmes and has supervised a number of PhD students. Her own research interests include retail marketing, international marketing, and the use of project-based learning in marketing education.
Dr Stephen Pettitt, was previously Deputy Vice Chancellor and Dean of Luton Business School. He is currently undertaking consultancy projects in marketing and higher education. He has published over 30 papers and articles along with major studies in tourism innovation strategies, large buyer-small firm seller relationships and small firm development.