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Market Inc., Winter 2005, Kellogg World Alumni Magazine, Kellogg School of Management

  • . Gray Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Marketing and S.C.
  • . Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing Market Inc.
  • . Applying economics to marketing, Philip Kotler and Louis Stern have rewritten the discipline's rules.
  • . Their groundbreaking research continues to drive the profession and inspire the next generation of Kellogg faculty to push the field's boundaries By Matt Golosinski Before Kellogg School scholars like and turned their prodigious intellects to the matter, precious little science attached itself to marketing.
  • . As the 1960s began, Kotler recalls the dearth of academic resources addressing marketing in anything other than a superficial way.
  • . "All the marketing textbooks were highly descriptive, like 'an effective salesman has five traits ' and 'a wholesaler does the following, '" says Kotler, who would go on to remedy the situation with more than 100 articles and dozens of books, including his landmark 1967 text, Marketing Management , now in its 12th edition.



    The ultimate marketing challenge, Winter 2005, Kellogg World Alumni Magazine, Kellogg School of Management
  • . The ultimate marketing challenge A nation's soul isn't easy to define, but Dipak Jain knew he would have to identify Thailand's unique essence if he was going to tackle the really tough job: branding the country By Rebecca Lindell If branding a conventional product proves challenging, imagine the complexity of branding an entire nation.
  • . Sprawling, diverse and multifaceted, with people, products and politics that may or may not embody the desired "brand values, " nations could pose the ultimate marketing challenge.
  • . Jain spent 18 months at the request of Thai officials shaping a marketable identity for Thai products and services.
  • . "Thailand could be the Detroit of Asia, because it is a center for the continent's automotive industry, " says Jain, whose expertise involves marketing research and new products and services.
  • . There are many options for marketing Thailand.
  • . The question is, what is the competitive edge?" In the global economy, "place marketing" has become an important practice, particularly for developing nations.



    Emerge Marketing Consultants | The Strategist - Winter 2003 | How to market your consulting business
  • Sign up for my free Ezine "Marketing Tips and Tools" and you’ll get a free copy of my special report “10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Marketing” Subscribe Unsubscribe > > The Strategist - Winter 2003 How to market your consulting business How to market your consulting business… An interview with Jeff Prouty I recently caught up with Jeff Prouty, CEO of the Prouty Project.
  • . Be patient and your marketing will reward you.
  • . Great advice Jeff! For more on Jeff and The Prouty Project, visit or contact him directly at For more tools on how to market your consulting practice, visit Learn how to market your business with confidence.
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    Emerge Marketing Consultants | The Strategist - Winter 2003 | When’s the right time to market your business?
  • Sign up for my free Ezine "Marketing Tips and Tools" and you’ll get a free copy of my special report “10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Marketing” Subscribe Unsubscribe > > The Strategist - Winter 2003 When’s the right time to market your business? From 1980 to 1985, McGraw-Hill Research analyzed 600 companies and their marketing spending.
  • . When is the right time to market your business? All the time.
  • . May your marketing emerge! Jay Lipe President-Emerge Marketing Learn how to market your business with confidence.
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    Rebecca Slotegraaf Research
  • . Slotegraaf RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS Research Interests Marketing Capabilities: Investigating the value of marketing capabilities on economic performance and competitive advantage, including: the role of resource deployment, the embeddedness of capabilities, the value of complementary capabilities, and the potential pitfalls associated with organizational capabilities.
  • . Jeffrey Inman (2004), “Longitudinal Shifts in the Drivers of Satisfaction with Product Quality: The Role of Attribute Resolvability, ” Journal of Marketing Research , forthcoming.
  • . Dickson (2004), “The Paradox of Marketing Planning Capabilities, ” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science , 32 (4), forthcoming.
  • . Jeffrey Inman (2003), “The Role of Firm Resources in Returns to Market Deployment, ” Journal of Marketing Research , 40 (August), 295-309.
  • . Slotegraaf (1999), “The Contingency Value of Complementary Capabilities in Product Development, ” Journal of Marketing Research , 36 (May), 239-257.


    American Marketing Association - wwww.marketingpower.com
  • site search | / Market Research Masters Consortium Overview | || Overview The Market Research Masters Consortium is a three-session event taking place April through June 2006.
  • . Session one : April 26-28, 2006 Session two : Teleconference with final date in May to be determined by consortium participants Session three : June 28-29, 2006 For years, market researchers have faced obstacles that have little to do with actually conducting good research.
  • . How can a researcher ensure decision-makers are properly incorporating research into their decision making process? How can a researcher demonstrate the value – and the ROI – to a senior manager for an organization’s commitment to research? And, how can a researcher overcome an inability to gain a seat at the “chief officer” table? These are questions participants of the AMA’s Market Research Masters Consortium will answer during this three-session event.
  • . Who should attend Client side researchers who are past attendees of the Market Research Conference or the Executive Insights conference.


    OutdoorRetailer.com
  • . - Outdoor Retailer, the leading outdoor industry trade event, today announced the 25th Anniversary of Summer Market, which will feature more exhibitors, events and innovations than ever before.
  • . Outdoor Retailer Summer Market will also feature the first ever two-day Open Air Demo, where attendees will experience hands-on the hottest outdoor products in the environments for which they are designed.
  • . - More than 14, 000 attendees traveled from all corners of the outdoor industry last week to attend Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006, in Salt Lake City, Utah from January 28 - 31, 2006.
  • . - Following last year's successful debut, Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006 will feature the 2nd Annual Winter Market Fashion Show at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah from January 28 to January 31.
  • . The emergence of a fashion show at Winter Market is the result of sophisticated outdoor consumers demanding not only innovative style and premium quality, but design that does not compromise performance.


    OutdoorRetailer.com
  • . - Outdoor Retailer, the leading outdoor industry trade event, today announced the 25th Anniversary of Summer Market, which will feature more exhibitors, events and innovations than ever before.
  • . Outdoor Retailer Summer Market will also feature the first ever two-day Open Air Demo, where attendees will experience hands-on the hottest outdoor products in the environments for which they are designed.
  • . - More than 14, 000 attendees traveled from all corners of the outdoor industry last week to attend Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006, in Salt Lake City, Utah from January 28 - 31, 2006.
  • . - Following last year's successful debut, Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006 will feature the 2nd Annual Winter Market Fashion Show at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah from January 28 to January 31.
  • . The emergence of a fashion show at Winter Market is the result of sophisticated outdoor consumers demanding not only innovative style and premium quality, but design that does not compromise performance.

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    Winter Park Farmers' Market: Marketing Florida Agriculture
  • www.Florida-Agriculture.com the web site of the Division of Marketing and Development Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Mayo Building, M-9 407 South Calhoun Street Tallahassee, FL 32399-0800 Division of Marketing and Development Nelson L.
  • . Bronson, Commissioner Local Community Farmers' Markets Winter Park Farmers' Market Market Location: 200 West New England Avenue Winter Park, Florida Year-round Saturdays, 7:00 a.m.


    OIA :: Events & Conferences :: Outdoor Retailer Winter Market
  • . Events & Conferences Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006 2006 OIA EVENTS: (updated 12/19/05) Friday, January 27, 2006 3nd Annual Backcountry Base Camp Brighton Resort, UT 9:00am - 4:00pm Backcountry Base Camp is the opportunity for qualified retailers to test the latest innovations in winter backcountry equipment prior to making buying decisions at the Show.
  • . Saturday, January 28, 2006 Industry Breakfast - an Outdoor Industry Association event Sponsored by Smartwool Day One of the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market Marriott Hotel 7:00 - 9:00am Join Outdoor Industry Association and SmartWool as we host a complimentary breakfast, the return of the Industry Awards, and a keynote presentation on the topic of corporate social responsibility presented by Ray Anderson, Founder and CEO of Interface Inc.
  • . Come help kick off the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market at the Downtown Marriott, directly across from the Salt Palace Convention Center.
  • . Fair Labor Panel Discussion Day One of the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market Marriott Hotel 12:00 - 1:00 pm When it comes to sourcing and socially responsible labor standards, the days of saying "that's my supplier's problem" are over.


    Winter Rye Marketing
  • SITE MAP Winter Wheat Production Manual Winter Rye Winter Triticale Recommended Keywords Select Search Engine: Marketing Fall Rye Author: T.
  • . Allen Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 5A8 Introduction Primary elevator companies, or grain merchants, provide two important functions in the marketing chain for all the cereal grains; grain merchandising, and handling and storage.
  • . The balance of the production was used on farm, marketed directly to consumers (users), or or carried over to the next production year.
  • . Rye Consumption Canada's rye crop is sold into four main markets .
  • . Traditionally, the majority of the Canadian rye crop has been sold on the export market.
  • . The export market for Canadian rye ranged from 113 tonnes per year to 739 tonnes per year from 1983 to 1992 with Japan being almost the only buyer since 1983.
  • . The fourth market is the domestic feed market.
  • . The domestic feed market could be thought of as a residual market, as once the other markets have been satisfied, the remaining rye is priced to move into the feed market.


    Winter Rye Marketing
  • SITE MAP Winter Wheat Production Manual Winter Rye Winter Triticale Recommended Keywords Select Search Engine: Marketing Fall Rye (cont.) Author: T.
  • . Allen Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 5A8 The Price of Rye: Trends and Stability One of the most important functions of any market is to establish a market clearing price, and one measure of the performance of a market in this regard is the degree of price instability.
  • . An open market system, with a cash and futures market, should theoretically provide a mechanism for price determination and for guidance of inventory.
  • . A second role of such an open market system would be to provide a tool that can be used to reduce price risk through a hedging action.
  • . There was virtually no volume or open interest and none of the market participants regularly used the contract.
  • . Consequently, export trade has provided a large share of the total market for Canada's rye crop.
  • . With the exception of the three year period, 1979 to 1982, Canada has had only one export market of any note, that being Japan.

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    Marketing Texas Fever: Sales Management Class Invigorates Jeweler's Campus Campaign - Fall/Winter 2005 Magazine - McCombs School of Business - The University of Texas at Austin

  • : : : : Marketing Texas Fever Marketing Texas Fever: Sales Management Class Invigorates Jeweler's Campus Campaign By Sandie Taylor After a victorious football game, a sea of burnt orange shirts floods across Guadalupe Street as students, faculty and staff pass from the West Mall to the University Co-op, looking to add another T-shirt or key chain to their collection of Longhorn accessories.
  • . In a market that’s already so saturated with orange objects of all kinds—from burnt orange sheets to cattle-covered flip-flops—how does a company figure out how to market yet another piece of Longhorn memorabilia to the fan that has everything? Russell Korman Fine Jewelry and Watches, the 32-year-old local jewelry store, faced this question last year when it made plans to sell its new product, the Swiss Army Longhorn watch, at its Lamar Ave.
  • . To find out how to tap into the Longhorn mindset, Russell Korman partnered with a McCombs School of Business sales management class last spring and asked the students to deliver a marketing plan that would ignite Texas pride.


    The 86% Solution - Fall/Winter 2005 Magazine - McCombs School of Business - The University of Texas at Austin
  • . With a statistic like this, you might not think that developing countries have much potential as markets.
  • . Their book, “The 86 Percent Solution: How to Succeed in the Biggest Market Opportunity of the Next 50 Years, ” offers practical ideas and creative strategies to reach this untapped market.
  • . And it’s a big market to reach—that’s what the “86 percent” in the book’s title refers to.
  • . “Not only do these 86 percent markets represent the future of global commerce, ” write Banga, managing director of Dimensions Consultancy Pvt.
  • . Ltd., and Mahajan, professor of marketing at McCombs, “but they also present rich opportunities for companies that have the imagination and creativity to envision…consumers” in these markets.
  • . Realities such as small homes without reliable electricity or plumbing, informal marketplaces where consumer goods are sold, and nonexistent distribution networks mean that companies must be innovative in their approach.


    ArcNews Winter 2004/2005 Issue -- Food Producers Go to Market With GIS
  • . The idea for an Internet marketing tool was an outgrowth of previous C-FAR projects exploring market opportunities for value-added meat products.
  • . The goal was to provide a one-stop shop for strategic marketing information for producers and food retailers alike.
  • . There is an abundance of marketing data available via the Internet and through various trade magazines, but to a novice user it can be a bit overwhelming.
  • . The goal of the project was to distill and organize the information into an easy-to-use interactive site using state-of-the-art mapping tools that would let users visualize strategic marketing information.
  • . Users can explore with MarketMaker to find a new market for their products.
  • . Darlene Knipe, principal investigator for the project, contacted GIS Solutions, Inc., an ESRI Business Partner in Illinois, to explore the possibilities of developing the strategic marketing tool.
  • . The Web site, called MarketMaker , is an interactive site developed in ArcIMS and designed to find supply chain partners, improve knowledge of where food consumers are located, and determine how they make food-related purchasing decisions.


    ArcNews Winter 2003-2004 Issue -- International Coffee Marketing and Certification Aided With GIS
  • . Geological Survey EROS Data Center Responds to Needs of Coffee Producing Countries International Coffee Marketing and Certification Aided With GIS By Eric van Praag and Eric Wood, U.S.
  • . Consumers and marketers can access production data collected as part of a pilot project.
  • . The applications described below identify the role that readily accessible and georeferenced information can play in supporting the development of specialty coffee markets to secure premium market value.
  • . The term specialty coffee refers to several categories of coffee, such as single-source, gourmet, premium, organic, shade-grown, bird-friendly, and fair trade, which command better prices than the traditional coffee brands found on supermarket shelves.
  • . When compared with the traditional coffee market, the specialty coffee market requires better information as well as increased transparency in transactions.
  • . Information is required on several aspects of coffee production and marketing including exact location of coffee farms, cooperatives and mills, socioeconomic conditions, environmental and climatic data, production and milling processes, materials and inputs used in coffee production, and general marketing information.


    INFORMS Society for Marketing Science Prizes
  • INFORMS Society for Marketing Science A lively group of academics and practitioners who use quantitative methods to improve marketing decision making.
  • . Bass Dissertation Paper Award The Bass Award is given to the best marketing paper derived from a Ph.
  • . Whom to contact: John Hauser 2005 Committee Chair Kirin Professor of Marketing MIT Sloan School Rm E56-314 38 Memorial Dr Cambridge, MA 02139 U.S.A.
  • . Timeline (application - selection date - award date): Nominations due by March 15, 2006 Voting completed by May 2006 Award date - Marketing Science Conference Announced in summer on the INFORMS Society of Marketing Science and in the ISMS Newsletter Most Recent Winner(s): 2004 - Elie Ofek and Miklos Sarvary "R&D, Marketing, and the Success of Next-Generation Products, " Marketing Science , 22(3) 2003.
  • . Hauser and Ely Dahan "Fast Polyhedral Adaptive Conjoint Estimation, " Marketing Science , 22(3) 2003.
  • . Sudhir , "Structural Analysis of Manufacturer Pricing in the Presence of a Strategic Retailer", Marketing Science , 20(3), 2001.

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