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Marketing courses in Brussels, Belgium

Short executive courses on Marketing

MCE:
B2B Marketing Strategy
How to create a B2B Marketing Strategy in today's complex and ever-changing business environment? What are the challenges that Senior Marketing Managers face? and How to respond to these challenges? This B2B Marketing Training Programme offers a comprehensive overview of the latest trends and...
3 days
3836 USD
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Vlerick Business School Executive Education:
Strategic Business-to-business Marketing
How to succeed in business-to-business markets Business-to-business (B2B) competition has never been fiercer. Are you launching innovative services or products on the market? You will be imitated in no time. Look for real competitive advantage (that’s the message you will hear again and...
4 days
4665 USD
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Vlerick Business School Executive Education:
B2B Marketing & Sales (Executive Master Class)
Develop and implement your B2B marketing & sales strategy Learn how to formulate your marketing and sales strategies in terms of customer value. Implement new campaigns and initiatives to achieve your market share and profit margin targets. And prepare yourself for future success as a...
20 days
17564 USD
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Vlerick Business School Executive Education:
Brand Management & Communication
Brands are finding it increasingly difficult to secure consumer loyalty when facing oversupply and mature markets. So, how can you make sure that your brand will stand out? You will face many challenges: digitalisation, information overload, social responsibility and the consumer’s increasing...
4 days
4553 USD
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Vlerick Business School Executive Education:
Product Management
Launch new products and services successfully on the market As a product manager, you need to successfully position and introduce new products and services; maintain a balance between Sales and R&D; manage the product lines of existing products and innovations; and turn new products into a...
5 days
4665 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
3836 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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