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Marketing process is the method of evaluating openings, choosing the proposed customer, addressing the consumer needs and wants, describing the price, product, place and promotion and addressing the marketing campaign.
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Marketing process is the method of evaluating openings, choosing the proposed customer, addressing the consumer needs and wants, describing the price, product, place and promotion and addressing the marketing campaign.
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