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Running Head: DIFFERENT BETWEEN FACTS AND TRUTH
Different between Facts and Truth in Marketing Research
Truth and Facts
To compete in the market and develop various strategies, it is necessary for the management to conduct an effective marketing research (Kotler, 2002). This marketing research is helpful for the management to evaluate the various key factors of target market, such as preference of consumer, buying behavior, requirement of products, market size, pricing of products or services etc. (Kotler, 2002). In the marketing research, truth and facts are completely different from each other. Evaluating process of marketing environment discussed in books is very different from the actual evaluation process (Naugle, n.d).
In the marketing, a truth can be defined as the historical situation or belief that has ...
The solution examines the facts and truth in marketing research. How the two can be differentiated is given.
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The Importance of Market Research Paper
Select an organization with which you are familiar. Prepare a 700 to 1050 word paper in which you describe the importance of marketing research to your selected organization's management team. In your paper address the following:
a. Define market research.
b. If your selected organization uses marketing research, identify the different types of marketing research it uses and describe their importance to the organization.
c. If your selected organization does not currently use marketing research describe the different types of marketing research that would be beneficial to the organization.
Be sure to properly cite your references. If you used an electronic source, include the URL. If you used a printed source please attach a copy of the data to your paper.
Please provide and use all necessary references.
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