5 edition of Understanding rural marketing found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Rural marketing.|
|LC Classifications||HF5415.129 .R35 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||91905886|
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Drawing from latest research, Rural Marketing: Challenges and Opportunities closely analyses two crucial components of the rural market—marketing to rural areas and empowering the ‘bottom-of-pyramid’ (BoP) markets to create successful business ventures. Written as per the prescribed curriculum of rural management and rural marketing courses offered by the major universities in India, this book.
Rural Marketing. Definition: Rural marketing refers to the framing and application of various marketing principles and strategies along with the marketing mix by the companies to capture the potential market and satisfy the needs of the people living in the remote areas of the country.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rajagopal, Understanding rural marketing. Delhi: Daya Pub. House, (OCoLC) Document Type. Definition: A rural marketing strategy refers to the planning of adequate supply of consumer goods and agricultural input to the villages at an affordable price to fulfil the needs of the consumers residing in these rural areas.
This book describes the following topics: Marketing concepts, Marketing process, Marketing environment, Buyer Behaviour, Market segmentation, targeting and positioning, Introduction to marketing mix, Product Decisions, Concept Of A Product, Product Mix Decisions, Brand Decision, New Product Development Strategies, Product Life Cycle Strategies, Promotion Decision, Promotion Mix.
Written as per the prescribed curriculum of rural management and rural marketing courses offered by the major universities in India, this book goes beyond discussing just the strategies to sell products to village economies.
MBA-H Rural Marketing 14 1. Urban to Rural: It involves the selling of products and services by urban marketers in rural areas. These include: Pesticides, FMCG Products, Consumer durables, etc. Rural to Urban: Here, a rural producer (involved in agriculture) sells his produce in urban Size: 2MB.
An understanding and knowledge The term ‘rural marketing’ used to be an umbrella term for the people who dealt with rural people in one way or other. This term got a marketing of rural products received considerable attention in the general marketing File Size: KB.
Rural marketing is a process of developing, pricing, promoting, and distributing rural specific goods and services leading to desired exchange with rural customers to satisfy their needs and wants, and also to achieve organizational objectives.
Rural MarketingRural marketing involves the process of developing, pricing, promoting, distributing ruralspecific product and a service leading to exchange between rural and urban market whichsatisfies consumer demand and.
EMERGING TRENDS IN RURAL MARKETING TO BECOME AN REAL MARKETING I B-Tech, MBA, JNTUHCEH ABSTRACT Rural markets have become integral part of global market. The rural markets are growing at above two times faster pace than urban markets; not surprisingly.
To explore and understand rural market is crucial for any marketers Size: KB. Rural Marketing (MK ) The discovery of an eighth of the world’s population as potential consumers by the organized sector is a recent one.
With such a large untapped market potential, the ruralFile Size: 82KB. Written as per the prescribed curriculum of rural management and rural marketing courses offered by the major universities in India, this book goes beyond discussing just the strategies to.
Understanding Cooperatives: Agricultural Marketing Cooperatives Cooperative Information Rep Section 15 Marketing cooperatives are found in every region of the United States and handle most types of farm product.
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It presents an able combination of theoretical and practical insights which are useful for understanding the complexity of rural marketing.
It is an important addition to the existing literature on rural by: Book Description. The second revised and enlarged edition of Rural Marketing: Text and Cases, while retaining the popular features of the first edition, provides a more comprehensive coverage of the changing profiles, issues and practices in the context of rural marketing.
Rural marketing is now a two-way marketing process. There is inflow of products into rural markets for production or consumption and there is also outflow of products to urban areas.
The rural market has been growing steadily over the past few years and is now even bigger than the urban market. Introduction of Rural Marketing 45 3. INTRODUCTION OF RURAL MARKETING Marketing can be defined as the process of identifying, anticipating and knowing customer needs, and organizing all the resources of the company to satisfy them.
An understanding and knowledge of the motives underlying consumer behavior helpsFile Size: KB. The Rural Marketing Book book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(11).
The first edition of Rural Marketing was published in —a time when the rural demand was just beginning to register high rates of growth, but very little information or data was available.
The subsequent and unimaginable changes in rural India in the last decade prompted the need of a revised edition to make the book more relevant to the.The book also focuses on the future trends of rural marketing. It establishes that cultural differences, emotional attachments, ICT developments and grass-roots level innovations are the future drivers of rural marketing.
3) Sanyal Kumar Velayudhan and Guda Sridhar () Marketing To Rural Consumers; Excel Books, New Delhi, ISBN.Rural Marketing.
This note covers the following topics: Rural Marketing Environment, Organisation and Functions Of Agricultural Marketing, Marketing Of Consumer Durables and Non-durables, Attitudes and Beliefs Of Rural Markets Structure, Marketing Of Agricultural Inputs, Agricultural Marketing, Classification Of Products and Economic Development.