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Marketing Plan For Wh Smith
Posted by Anonymous on
10/27/2004 at 5:19 AM ET
Do yo have some information about WH Smith Marketing system, policies and developments used to promote future business.
Maybe a SWOT analysis? or anything relating to WH Smith marketing strategies?
10/27/2004 at 8:40 AM
We don't DO homework here. We help you with thoughts YOU may have on various topics. But, we all run marketing businesses in real-life.
10/27/2004 at 9:19 AM
i agree with Randall on the fact that you need to do a google search, but not about the fact that WE all run marketing bussiness, i am just a 1st year student and am in the TOP 25 OVERALL in points!!!! May be if you provide some of your ideas we can help you. Make sure you post back asap or you might get lost in the rush of new questions.
here is a template for a swot:
i dont know what WH simth is but if it is a private courpation then you might not find much marketing info about there stratiges on the net, but have a try anyway.
you should also look at there website, this could have
10/27/2004 at 9:23 AM
some info you need.
Sorry for got to finish my post.
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