Marketing Strategy and Financial Performance
Corporate strategy and marketing strategy are about finding positive net present value opportunities that match the needs of at least a portion of a market. Ultimately this matching is the key to the identification of a successful business model. This chapter examines corporate strategy from a marketing perspective with an emphasis on the importance of identifying and satisfying customer needs rather than focus on the creation of structural barriers to competition that is often the emphasis of treatments of corporate strategy.
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