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B2B Brand Management

Kotler, Philip, Pfoertsch, Waldemar

2006, XVI, 357 p.

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From the reviews:

"Just received my copy of B2B Brand Management - what a beautiful piece of work! Thank you for this advancement to our practice! (Ralph A. Oliva, Executive Director, Institute for the Study of Business Markets Professor of Marketing, Smeal College of Business, Penn State University)

"Proliferation of similar products, increasing complexity of customer needs (moving from stand-alone products to solutions), and high price pressures will force b2b marketers to focus on brand building. If you are a b2b marketer already thinking along those lines, then this book is the weightiest corroboration you could have asked for." (TMCnet, October 2006)

"When it comes to marketing, there is no name bigger than Phillip Kotler. … In this book, co-authored with … Professor Waldemar Pfoertsch, Kotler makes a case for brand management in business-to-business (b2b) marketing as well. … The core proposition in the book is that in the new globalized world ‘being known’ rather than ‘being one of many’ is the need of the hour. … How does branding help in overcoming … challenges? The authors offer a huge list-it helps with differentiation … ." (Business Today, October, 2006)

 

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