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Marketing courses in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Short executive courses on Marketing

Rotterdam School of Management:
Corporate Branding
Sustained profitable growth is the main objective for most companies. However, corporate brands face many challenges, such as emerging disruptive technologies and platforms, social media, the globalisation of markets, and demands from consumers and stakeholders for brands to behave more...
3 days
2934 USD
Rotterdam
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Rotterdam School of Management:
Marketing and Value Creation
New businesses are offering radically different propositions, and technological developments are creating new opportunities for growth and driving the market. As a marketeer you must understand the power of marketing to deal with this successfully. This persuasive power adds value to new products...
3 days
3210 USD
Rotterdam
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Rotterdam School of Management:
Brand Strategy
How can you turn brand management into an engine for growth? During RSM’s two-day Brand Strategy programme, you will learn systems and strategies to manage your brands for the long term. You will also discover how to optimise brand positioning and brand equity, and learn how your brand...
2 days
2214 USD
Rotterdam
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Rotterdam School of Management:
Neuromarketing
What is neuromarketing? And how can you as a marketing professional make use of it? Insights from neuroscience will help marketing professionals like you find more business opportunities, and reduce waste of marketing resources while increasing your effectiveness and success in...
1 days
1384 USD
Rotterdam
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Amsterdam Institute of Finance:
Investing in Private Markets
Investing in Private Markets is a unique and accelerated training program for finance professionals looking to sharpen their knowledge or re-train to accompany the strong growth in private markets (from Infra to LBOs, via Real Estate). Asset management professionals, such as fund managers, will...
2 days
2768 USD
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Key Account Management in B2B Markets
In many companies 80% of sales is coming from 20% of the customers. However, are they contributing 80% of the profits? If not, a Key Account Management (KAM) approach may well be the only solution to solve this dilemma. KAM is not a sophisticated sales technique; it is an integrated company...
3 days
3819 USD
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Rutgers Business School:
3495 USD
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Bauer College of Business:
1420 USD
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eCornell:
3600 USD
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Courses under 3000 USD

Rotterdam School of Management:
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Rotterdam School of Management:
3 days
2712 USD
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