Urban Outfitters Continuing Case Study: Marketing a Business

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Urban Outfitters Continuing Case Study: Marketing a Business
Marketing has been a part of sustainable development since the beginning of time. Marketing a business is a major component of operating a business, from small companies to large corporations. Regardless of the size of the business, the common denominator is the need to appeal to consumers desires to generate revenue (Staudt, Taylor, & Bowersox, 1965). This paper will illustrate the importance of marketing a business using Urban Outfitters Continuing Case Study to demonstrate key factors in the foundation of marketing. The inability to create a trendy counterculture image will be explained using Sears or Wal-Mart as examples. Theory will be used to express why such major...
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