Departmental Reports


Title:

Method Of Conducting A Marketing Study



Author(s):

McCoy, E. and M. Hopkins



Date: 1979



Funding Agency: USAID



Keywords: marketing, philippines, fisheries, development, international



Category: Manual



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Summary/Recommendations/Objectives:

Marketing, in
general, includes those functional

activities that
occur between production and consumption.

Included among
these are storing, transporting, processing, and

financing. A market
channel is the route a product follows from

producer to
consumer: from producer to wholesaler to retailer

to consumer. Market
studies thus are diverse, ranging from a

study of the cost of transportation to an overview of the entire

marketing system.
Before any marketing study should be

undertaken, the
problem area should be clearly identified.

A fish marketing
study conducted in Central Luzon,

Philippines, is
used as an example to illustrate the important

sections in a market study process.

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