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Planning Strategic Marketing

By: GTC

United Kingdom

29 Jul - 11 Aug, 2013  14 days

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This programme identifies the key areas of marketing and how to understand customer needs, then develop solutions that will satisfy customers and improve profits and market share.

London, UK Jul 29 - 11 Aug, 2013
£3,800.00
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+4402032661001

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