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MARKET. A public place appointed by public authority, where all sorts of things necessary for the subsistence, or for the conveniences of life, are sold.
     2. Markets are generally regulated by local laws.
     3. By the term market is also understood the demand there is for any particular article; as, the cotton market in Europe is dull. Vide 15 Vin. Ab. 42; Com. Dig. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Synthesizing imagination and empirical rigor--art and science--the firm covers every area of institutional strategy and marketing, from enrollment to advancement to brand positioning.
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According to Hanks, marketing is the precursor for a successful sales operation.
If your CEO doesn't have a strong background in marketing, it pays to spend time with him or her to provide some basic information about how the process works.
While the marketing of the subacute unit has been "delegated" to the newly hired rehabilitation company, the marketing of the remaining beds has been left in the hands of "the social service designee" or "admissions coordinator." That, says the administrator, should be "good enough."
Defining a target market and determining a marketing strategy to reach people who will react positively to your product are better tactics.
Thus, the specific objectives for this study were a) to understand different consumers' needs and wants within this rehabilitation market; b) to rationalize policies for existing services; and c) to position ranges of service varieties, that is the development and marketing of service offerings to specific market segments.
Marketing offers both a theory and a process by which libraries can link products, results, and roles.
Now, the Fidelity marketing forces wanted a track record it could promote right away; it wasn't willing to wait years while a new fund manager worked out the kinks.
Jerri Baccus Glover, a senior vice president of marketing at Revlon, who is black, disagrees, insisting that the commitment of companies like hers to the ethnic market has been underestimated.