Category: Marketings

AN EXCITING DISCOVERY

AN
EXCITING DISCOVERY
OLD Mrs. Sanders and the other three children
rushed out into the hall when they heard George’s shout.
‘What’s up?’ cried Julian. ‘What’s happened?’
‘Tim sprang at the cat, missed her, and fell
hard against the panelled wall,’ said George, ‘And the panel moved, and look –
ther

The Path to Successful Trading

The
Path to Successful Trading
In the broad category of
“trading the markets,” there are basically three types of trading:
discretionary, technical, and system-based. When I sat down to write this book,
my intent was to write only about system trading. But then I realized that to
fully describe sys

The Law of Unpredictability

The Law
of Unpredictability
Unless you write your
competitors’ plans, you can’t predict the future
Implicit in most
marketing plans is an assumption about the future. Yet marketing plans based on
what will happen in the future are usually wrong.
With hundreds of
computers and an army of meteorol

The Law of Line Extension

The Law
of Line Extension
There’s an irresistible
pressure to extend the equity of the brand.
If violating any of
our laws was a punishable offense, a large portion of corporate America would
be in jail.
By far the most
violated law in our book is the law of line extension. What’s even more
diab

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING CONTRACT

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING CONTRACT
An Agreement made this ________ day of
______________, 20____ between ______________________(Agent)_____,
____________________(address)_________, (hereinafter referred to as
the”Agent”) and ______________ 121u2010b _______,of __________________________________,
USA

Management

Management
13. What is management?
·        
Discussion
What do you think makes a good manager? Which four of the following qualities do you
think are the most important?
A
being decisive: able to make quick decisions
B
being efficient: doing things quickly, not leaving tasks unfinished, h

Money and Finance

Money
and Finance
27. A history of money – what makes the world go round
Money – it jingles in your pocket, it rustles in your wallet and it clinks
in your piggy-bank. Money makes the world go round, but
what’s it? It’s a store of value or a measure of wealth. Money is anything
that is generally ac

Public Speaking Meets Network Marketing

Public Speaking Meets
Network Marketing
INTERVIEW
WITH BILL GOVE AND STEVE SIEBOLD
By Uma Outka
Public speaking as a
profession has a history even longer than Network Marketing’s, and the two
worlds have always frequently crossed paths. Many professional speakers have
noticed Networkers’ rare aff

Market structure and competition

Market
structure and competition
24. Market leaders, challengers and followers
Read the following text and write short headings for
each paragraph.
1 …………..
In
most markets there is a definite market leader: the firm with the largest
market share. This is often the first company to have ent