Part One: The Market Led Organisation Chapter 1: The nature of marketing; strategy and planning Chapter 2: The global marketing environment Chapter 3: Understanding consumer behaviour Chapter 4: Marketing research and customer insights Chapter 5: Market segmentation, targeting and positioning Part Two: Creating Customer Value Chapter Six: Value through products and brands Chapter Seven: Value through services, relationships and experiences Chapter Eight: Value through price Part Three: Delivering and Managing Customer Value Chapter Nine: Distribution: Delivering customer Value Chapter Ten: Integrated Marketing Communications 1: Mass communications techniques Chapter Eleven: Integrated Marketing Communications 2: Direct communications techniques Chapter Twelve: Digital Marketing
John Fahy is Professor of Marketing at the University of Limerick in Ireland and Adjunct Professor of Marketing at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He has a distinguished track record of teaching and research in the fields of marketing and business strategy. In particular, he is known for his work in the area of marketing resources and capabilities and how these factors impact on organisational performance. He is a founder member of the MC21 group which has conducted research on marketing resources and performance across 15 countries. Other current research interests include evolutionary perspectives on marketing and strategic decision making. David Jobber is Professor of Marketing at the University of Bradford, School of Management. His research interests include the use of mail surveys in marketing research, selling and sales management. In 2008 he received the Academy of Marketing's Life Achievement award for distinguished and extraordinary services to marketing.