Taylor & Francis, Jun 17, 2013 - Business & Economics - 509 pages
Arranged in 6 sections, this title gives marketing practitioners and students critical examples of best practice from a variety of companies.
Alongside 'Relationship Marketing: bringing quality, customer service and marketing together' and 'Relationship Marketing for Competitive Advantage: winning and keeping customers' this new title provides readers with insights into marketing in the 21st century.
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Managing relationships with buyers intermediaries and consumers
Chapter 3 The supplier and alliance market domain
Chapter 4 The referral and influence market domains
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