UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
marketing

Marketing for Modern Customers and Markets

Dates: February 15, 2019
Location:  Online
Program Fees:  $1,250

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Marketing for Modern Customers and Markets looks at both the economic and psychological aspects of marketing and how to deliver shareholder value through a strong grasp of customer behavior. It further examines how to manage and influence customer behavior through strategic marketing in both local and global contexts.

This program will enable you to drive results through the effective formulation and implementation of your organization’s marketing strategy across positioning, branding, and pricing across markets.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Mid to senior-level managers, directors, and functional leaders who have little or no training in marketing and need a review of fundamental concepts critical to driving financial performance through marketing strategy.

POST-PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Understand the big picture of marketing and the associated topics of customer satisfaction, loyalty, and profitability
  • Master the application of the triad of customer behavior: attention, memory, and appreciation while analyzing behavioral drivers of innovation and the challenges of changing
  • Have a firm grasp of positioning, branding and pricing and their effects on marketing campaign success
  • Design effective advertising campaigns
  • Earn a digital certificate and badge from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

FACULTY

Albert Segars, PNC Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Faculty Director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise
Al’s area of research, teaching and consulting expertise include innovation, technology management, as well as entrepreneurship. He has written numerous articles on these topics within the context of strategic planning, product innovation, financial investment, logistics, supply chain and corporate sustainability.

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