There are a vast number of areas in business and non-profit organizations where knowledge of marketing is essential. Marketing careers can range in complexity and scope from managing a small retail firm to being involved in brand and product management, sales and sales management, advertising management and new product development.
Whatever the specific position, marketing opportunities demand individuals who are able to engage in analysis, planning, implementation, and control of programs in dynamic and often unstructured environments. Marketing attracts people who are creative and who can combine their knowledge with hard work and the willingness to ask "what if" questions.
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