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DBE cycle: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, Test
Market Analysis (Macro-Meso-Micro, DESTEP/Porter/PMC/Hofstede)
Marketing Strategies (Porter/Ansoff)
Marketing Communication (online/offline/marketing mix 4P/5C)
SWOT / Confrontation matrix / SFA
Segmenting, Targeting and Positioning
Research: objectives, reason, research design, selection of method (desk research, field research), collect data, analyze data
Sales Value Strategies (Treacy & Wiersema / Sales Funnel)
Finance: understanding the financial basics product costs/margin
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Digital Marketing [E-book] by 'I have used this book in all its editions since first publication with my undergraduate and postgraduate students. It is a core text for all the students, because it provides the detail they require at an academic level. Importantly it is a book for the practitioner to use too. This is why we use it on our postgraduate practitioner programmes – where we actually buy the book for the students as we believe it is that important. No other text comes close and literally thousands of our graduates have benefitted from it in their subsequent careers: written by the specialist for the specialist.'David Edmundson-BirdPrincipal Lecturer in Digital MarketingManchester Metropolitan University Now in its sixth edition, Digital Marketing: Strategy, Implementation and Practice provides comprehensive, practical guidance on how companies can get the most out of digital media and technology to meet their marketing goals. Digital Marketing links marketing theory with practical business experience through case studies and interviews from cutting edge companies such as eBay and Facebook, to help students understand digital marketing in the real world. Readers will learn best practice frameworks for developing a digital marketing strategy, plus success factors for key digital marketing techniques including search marketing, conversion optimisation and digital communications using social media including Twitter and Facebook. Dave Chaffey is a digital marketing consultant and publisher of marketing advice site SmartInsights.com. He is a visiting lecturer on marketing courses at Birmingham, Cranfield and Warwick universities and the Institute of Direct Marketing. Fiona Ellis-Chadwick is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing at the Loughborough University School of Business and Economics, Director of the Institute of Research Application and Consultancy at Loughborough University, academic marketing consultant and author..
Publication Date: 2016-03-16
Professional Services Marketing Handbook [E-book] by The market for professional services and consulting firms is changing, driven by evolving and more demanding client requirements. Legal, accountancy and other professional services firms are now looking for a new breed of leaders with the insight to help deliver those requirements. Professional Services Marketing Handbook, published in association with the Professional Services Marketing Group, is for marketing and business development professionals, sales specialists, and a firm's technical practitioners who want to play a fuller role in their firm's obsession with client relationship development to increase their impact and influence. Featuring international case studies and best practice from industry leaders and experts such as Allen & Overy, Baker & McKenzie, PwC, Kreston Reeves and White & Case, Professional Services Marketing Handbook explains how to become a complete client champion - the voice of the client - to both shape and deliver a firm's client solution and experience. It helps marketers develop a growth strategy for their firm, understand and connect with clients more deeply and develop and manage client relationships to build successful brands. Contributing Authors: Richard Grove, Director of Marketing, Business Development & Communications, Allen & Overy LLP Daniel Smith, Senior Business Development and Marketing Manager, Asia Pacific, Baker & McKenzie Claire Essex, Director of Business Development and Marketing, Asia Pacific, Baker & McKenzie Clive Stevens, Executive Chairman, Kreston Reeves Louise Field, Head of Client Service & Insight, Bird & Bird LLP Tim Nightingale, Founder, Nisus Consulting Ben Kent, Managing Director, Meridian West Lisa Hart Shepherd, CEO, Acritas Nick Masters, Head of Online, PwC Alastair Beddow, Associate Director, Meridian West Dale Bryce, President, Asia-Pacific Professional Services Marketing Association Gillian Sutherland, Director, Global Key Account Management Buildings + Places, AECOM Susan D'aish, Business Relationship Director, MacRoberts LLP Dan O'Day, Vice President, Thomson Reuters Elite Matthew Fuller, Director of Marketing and Business Development EMEA, White & Case LLP Amy Kingdon, Marketing & Communications Director, UK & Europe, Atkins Eleanor Campion, Communications Executive, UK & Europe, Atkins Jessica Scholz, Business Development Manager, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Germany Giles Pugh, Principal, SutherlandsPugh.
Publication Date: 2015-04-28