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Principles of Marketing; and Essentials of Marketing by Frances Brassington and Stephen Pettitt - podcasts

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Principles of Marketing; and Essentials of Marketing by Frances Brassington and Stephen Pettitt - podcasts
Principles of Marketing; and Essentials of Marketing by Frances Brassington and Stephen Pettitt - podcasts

Principles of Marketing; and Essentials of Marketing by Frances Brassington and Stephen Pettitt - podcasts

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Principles of Marketing; and Essentials of Marketing podcasts have been recorded by Stephen Humphrey . These podcasts accompany the textbooks Principles of Marketing; and Essentials of Marketing by Frances Brassington and Stephen Pettitt, which are published by Pearson Education.

Latest Episodes

Family Groups and Conclusion

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.133-7) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.90-4)

3 MIN2007 OCT 1
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Family Groups and Conclusion

Reference Groups

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.131-3) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.89-90)

2 MIN2007 OCT 1
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Reference Groups

Influences on Decisions - Groups

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.125-31) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.86-9)

4 MIN2007 OCT 1
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Influences on Decisions - Groups

Influences on Decisions - Psychological

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.117-25) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.79-86)

7 MIN2007 OCT 1
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Influences on Decisions - Psychological

Types of Problem Solving

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.112-5) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.76-8)

4 MIN2007 OCT 1
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Types of Problem Solving

The Decision Making Process

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.102-12) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.69-76)

7 MIN2007 OCT 1
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The Decision Making Process

The Marketing mix and the scope of Marketing

Stephen reviews the concept of the marketing mix, taking each of the 4Ps (product, price, place and promotion) in turn. He uses a wide range of examples to put them into context, including MFI, Ferrari, Natwest, Primark and Prada! (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.28-32 and pp.34-38)

8 MIN2007 SEP 26
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The Marketing mix and the scope of Marketing

The external and internal environment

Stephen first considers the external organisational environment, including key elements such as customers, competitors and suppliers - before going on to discuss the internal organisational environment. He ends by using Nokia as an example of a company at which Production and Marketing have worked together to provide variety and choice to the consumer. (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.24-6)

7 MIN2007 SEP 26
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The external and internal environment

Business orientations and emergent orientations

Stephen discusses business, product, sales and marketing orientations, before discussing the increasing importance of the ethical consumer, and how recent news articles on climate change are changing the way companies such as Land Rover are positioning themselves. (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.13-23)

5 MIN2007 SEP 26
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Business orientations and emergent orientations

Marketing myths

Stephen debunks some marketing myths, such as 'a satisfied customer is a loyal customer' and 'a strong brand is invincible'. (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.13-14)

3 MIN2007 SEP 26
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Marketing myths

Latest Episodes

Family Groups and Conclusion

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.133-7) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.90-4)

3 MIN2007 OCT 1
Comments
Family Groups and Conclusion

Reference Groups

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.131-3) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.89-90)

2 MIN2007 OCT 1
Comments
Reference Groups

Influences on Decisions - Groups

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.125-31) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.86-9)

4 MIN2007 OCT 1
Comments
Influences on Decisions - Groups

Influences on Decisions - Psychological

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.117-25) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.79-86)

7 MIN2007 OCT 1
Comments
Influences on Decisions - Psychological

Types of Problem Solving

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.112-5) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.76-8)

4 MIN2007 OCT 1
Comments
Types of Problem Solving

The Decision Making Process

This podcast will centre on consumer buying behaviour in terms of both processes through which the buyer passes in deciding whether to purchase or not and which product to choose and some of the factors that influence decisions. (Brassington and Pettitt, Principles of Marketing 4/e: pp.102-12) (Brassington and Pettitt, Essentials of Marketing 2/e: pp.69-76)

7 MIN2007 OCT 1
Comments
The Decision Making Process

The Marketing mix and the scope of Marketing

Stephen reviews the concept of the marketing mix, taking each of the 4Ps (product, price, place and promotion) in turn. He uses a wide range of examples to put them into context, including MFI, Ferrari, Natwest, Primark and Prada! (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.28-32 and pp.34-38)

8 MIN2007 SEP 26
Comments
The Marketing mix and the scope of Marketing

The external and internal environment

Stephen first considers the external organisational environment, including key elements such as customers, competitors and suppliers - before going on to discuss the internal organisational environment. He ends by using Nokia as an example of a company at which Production and Marketing have worked together to provide variety and choice to the consumer. (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.24-6)

7 MIN2007 SEP 26
Comments
The external and internal environment

Business orientations and emergent orientations

Stephen discusses business, product, sales and marketing orientations, before discussing the increasing importance of the ethical consumer, and how recent news articles on climate change are changing the way companies such as Land Rover are positioning themselves. (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.13-23)

5 MIN2007 SEP 26
Comments
Business orientations and emergent orientations

Marketing myths

Stephen debunks some marketing myths, such as 'a satisfied customer is a loyal customer' and 'a strong brand is invincible'. (Brassington and Pettitt: pp.13-14)

3 MIN2007 SEP 26
Comments
Marketing myths
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