Keeping customers in good times and bad
Consistent return business from a solid client base is vital for any organization to enjoy steady growth and maximum profit. Now marketing expert Nykiel presents a detailed guide for all managers interested in creating a profitable, recession-proof customer base.
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Handbook of Marketing Research Methodologies for Hospitality and Tourism
Ronald A. Nykiel
No preview available - 2007