Selection of a Customer Mix
In Chapter 6 we will note how Neil Borden heard, in a colleague’s lecture, a description of a businessman as ‘a mixer of ingredients’. This led him to coin the phrase ‘marketing mix’ which he applied to the variables which a businessman controls and can use to cause people to buy his products and services.
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