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The Handbook of Field Marketing: A Complete Guide to Understanding and Outsourcing Face-To-Face Direct Marketing

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Field marketing can be differentiated from all other marketing activities because it is face-to-face direct marketing. Field marketing includes direct selling promotions, exhibitions, merchandising, auditing, demonstrations, and mystery shopping. Individually or combined, these activities develop brands, and when implemented they can significantly increase the brand's ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Kogan Page
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