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by Bruce E. Mallen

Download Principles of Marketing Channel Management: Interorganizational Distribution Design and Relations ePub
  • ISBN 0669009857
  • ISBN13 978-0669009859
  • Language English
  • Author Bruce E. Mallen
  • Publisher Lexington Books (June 1, 1977)
  • Pages 384
  • Formats docx mobi docx azw
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Management and Leadership
  • Size ePub 1276 kb
  • Size Fb2 1440 kb
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interorganizational distribution design and relations. Published 1977 by Lexington Books in Lexington, Mass. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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Management of marketing channel involves all functions of marketing mix which include product, price, physical distribution, program and people. The physical distribution system and channel structure is established through which products flow in the marketing channel

Management of marketing channel involves all functions of marketing mix which include product, price, physical distribution, program and people. The physical distribution system and channel structure is established through which products flow in the marketing channel. Marketing Mix Activities In Marketing Channel Management: (McCalley, 1996)

While distribution channels substantially influence revenue management for hotels, previous studies .

While distribution channels substantially influence revenue management for hotels, previous studies have rarely provided empirical evidence for the impact of different use of distribution channels on hotel performance. This study investigates the current practice of distribution management in the budget hotel industry in China. Building on the concepts of marketing functions and division of labor, this article develops an approach to aid channel designers in anticipating changes in distribution structure before such changes develop into obvious trends.

Thus, marketing channel strategy, design, and management must now deal with E-commerce technology as an integral part of marketing .

Thus, marketing channel strategy, design, and management must now deal with E-commerce technology as an integral part of marketing channels and distribution systems. Difculty in Gaining Sustainable Competitive Advantage. Management of the market-ing channel therefore involves the use of interorganizational management (managing more than one firm) rather than intraorganizational management15 (managing one firm). It is very important to keep this point in mind because many of the special problems and peculiar-ities of managing the marketing channel discussed later in the text stem from this external (interorganizational) structure.

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This book describes these basic principles of marketing, and while the authors recognize that each decision may be slightly different from any previous decision, the rules or principles remain the same. The present book presents these basic marketing principles and tries to capture the essence of practical and modern marketing today.