To achieve long-term success, businesses need to provide the products and services their customers require and they rely heavily on marketing professionals to do this. The study of marketing is therefore grounded in the understanding of customer needs, the environment in which companies operate and their competitors.
We will consider the broader implications of marketing and its impact upon consumers, society and other stakeholders, such as managing corporate reputation, advertising psychology or the sensitivities of marketing across different countries and cultures. You will be exposed to the newer ways of achieving competitive advantage in today’s business environment. For example, the extensive use of analytics and the various market research techniques used in decision making.
As the course progresses, you will study a variety of advertising and marketing topics, including creative development, copywriting, brand management and development, media consumption and selection and communications management.
Since marketing is a discipline that requires hands-on experience of conducting and managing activities, you will apply your marketing knowledge more extensively in the second semester. You will learn to appreciate the importance of how messages are received and encoded by society, and understand the power of marketing imagery and how this can have positive and negative impacts upon consumers and society.
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