The global significance of the services sector has forced many organisations to re-think their business model. This subject examines the nature of services marketing in detail. Building on knowledge from MKT110, this subject explores how service organisations compete. Drawing on the services literature and industry best practice, this subject critically examines the distinct characteristics of services and how these characteristics shape marketing strategies that can deliver organisational outcomes. Central constructs such as customer satisfaction, service quality, and value are considered along with the role of technology and ethics in determining appropriate marketing strategies.
School of Management and Marketing
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