Tasks of Marketing - Explained
What are the primary Tasks of Marketing?
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Table of ContentsWhat are the Tasks of Marketing?
What are the Tasks of Marketing?
The tasks of marketing are the individual, small-level jobs that the marketing department or individual marketers do. This includes the:
- buying and selling,
- informing the public about the product,
- facilitating the exchange of value with intermediaries who facilitate operations.
Basically, marketing involves the transmission of information, consummation of transactions, and the logistics of delivering the product or service from creation to receipt.
- What is Marketing?
- Role of Marketing in the Organization
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- Tasks of Marketing
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- What is a Marketing Program?
- Role of Ethics in Marketing
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