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Marketing and Relationship Management

By: Impact Training and Management Consulting Limited  

Lagos State, Nigeria

20 - 22 Mar, 2013  3 days

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Businesses must learn how to transit from mere transactions to building partnership. This course provides a clear understanding of relationship marketing and how to implement it in order to achieve enduring and profitable relationships with your customers and suppliers.

Impact Training Centre 10, Obokun Street, Off Coker Road Ilupeju, Lagos Mar 20 - 22 Mar, 2013
NGN80,000.00
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08037719579

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