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Today's consumer culture is the most competitive the world has ever seen, with retailers battling for an increasing share of the customer dollar in what has largely become a global market place. The current economic climate also has global repercussions with financial constraints affecting both retail investment and consumer spending across a range of industries. So, how can companies use their marketing budgets most effectively? Is there anything new to learn in the world of advertising? The answer to the second question is, perhaps, surprisingly, yes, and by using new knowledge, firms can significantly improve their marketing strategies.
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(2012), "Attracting and retaining customers in a competitive market: New strategies demonstrate advertisers still have more to learn", Strategic Direction, Vol. 28 No. 1, pp. 17-20. https://doi.org/10.1108/02580541211189021Download as .RIS
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