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Get access to an interactive eBook* when you buy the paperback (Print paperback version only, ISBN 9781446296424)
Watch the video walkthrough to find out how your students can make the best use of the interactive resources that come with the new edition!
With each print copy of the new 3rd edition, students receive 12 months FREE access to the interactive eBook* giving them the flexibility to learn how, when and where they want.
An individualized code on the inside back cover of each book gives access to an online version of the text on Vitalsource Bookshelf ® and allows students to access the book from their computer, tablet, or mobile phone and make notes and highlights which will automatically sync wherever they go.
Green coffee cups in the margins link students directly to a wealth of online resources. Click on the links below to see or hear an example:Watch videos to get a better understanding of key concepts and provoke in-class discussion Visit websites and templates to help guide students' study A dedicated Pinterest page with wealth of topical real world examples of marketing that students can relate to the study A Podcast series where recent graduates and marketing professionals talk about the day-to-day of marketing and specific marketing concepts
For those students always on the go, Marketing an Introduction 3rd edition is also supported by MobileStudy - a responsive revision tool which can be accessed on smartphones or tablets allowing students to revise anytime and anywhere that suits their schedule.
New to the 3rd edition:Covers topics such as digital marketing, global marketing and marketing ethics Places emphasis on employability and marketing in the workplace to help students prepare themselves for life after university Fun activities for students to try with classmates or during private study to help consolidate what they have learnt
(*interactivity only available through Vitalsource eBook)
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 608
Weight: 1260 g
Dimensions: 265 x 195 mm
Edition: 3rd Revised edition
This is a really exciting introductory text that brings to life the key principles of marketing. It is packed with good examples of marketing in practice and students will find it highly accessible. -- Pauline Maclaran
A very good course support that also offers students interesting and updated case studies to study in groups during tutorials. This book provides a good balance of theoretical concepts and managerial insights to offer students a comprehensive introduction to the vast subject of marketing. -- Veronique Pauwels-Delassus
Great book. It provides an excellent overall understanding of the marketing discipline. It shows how to apply the key marketing concepts to different situations by using several interesting up-to-date examples and illustrations which makes this book very easy to read. It is a great book for any undergraduate student who wishes to have an overview of the key elements of marketing. -- Magdalena Gonzalez Triay
Love this book! It's quirky, funny and entertaining - ideal for students new to marketing and I think the students will engage well with it. I like the fact that it isn't too "Americanised", so will appeal to the UK students. It is set out well and easy to follow and ties in nicely with the syllabus.-- Hilary Bishop
As a course team we felt that this book met our students' needs, the chapters were of a manageable size and that it fitted well within a 12-week introductory course. The case studies were interesting and the online material accessible for both the students and the lecturers. -- Charlotte Lystor
A good starter text for non-business studies candidates wanting to ease themselves into the literature. The layout and approach are very user friendly. -- Veronica Eastham
I found this book a really outstanding text that gives basic ideas in marketing in a simple and interesting way with many examples and illustrations. I think my students will find it very useful in their study of marketing. -- Dr Tarig Eltayeb