Introduction to Market Research
After reading this chapter, you should understand:
What market and marketing research are and how they differ.
How practitioner and academic market(ing) research differ and where they are similar.
When market research should be conducted.
Who provides market research and the importance of the market research industry.
KeywordsFull service and limited service providers Market and marketing research Syndicated data
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