How to create a successful organization marketing plan

Marketing planning
All successful organization strategies start with planning. Marketing planning involves forecasting the future market environment, and then selecting the optimum goals, objectives and positions to have the best chance of success in that environment.
There are different levels or hierarchies of objectives in an organization. They are:
Organization

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Four tips for better sleep

Living in a fast-paced and highly competitive world requires us to be productive and energetic most of the time. In order to stay both physically and mentally healthy, many people take care of their health by maintaining good nutrition, jogging in the park, or going to the gym. However,

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Optimizing a comprehensive approach to COVID-19 vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines have been developed globally in record time, but questions about the vaccines’ safety and efficacy are of concern to some people in Thailand. A recent poll published by Suan Dusit University found that 83% of the respondents (a total of 1,570) in Thailand are concerned about the COVID-19

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STEM learning builds 21st century skills for students and teachers

“Teaching is not merely about providing knowledge to students. It must answer the question of what students can do with that knowledge in the future. I have realized that STEM can help,” shared Ms. Dau Van Nga, a physics, technology, and informatics teacher at Xuan La Secondary School in Tay

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Using social media to promote your CSR project

Five seconds. That’s the average amount of time you have to capture someone’s attention on social media. Five seconds is even less than the average attention span of a goldfish.
Social media usage is one of the world’s most popular online activities. According to Statista, “in 2020, over 3.6 billion

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Inspired to lead: on a journey towards entrepreneurship

Nguyen Thai Anh is a 22-year-old freelancer in Yen Pong, Bac Ninh Province, Vietnam who has his sights set on starting his own business one day. In a resourceful pursuit towards this goal, he found the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) program which focuses on developing youth leadership

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Program brings new beginnings for both teachers and students

What, exactly, sparks into being our love of learning? Is it our sense of touch? Holding a test tube while seeing the colorless solution slowly turn a deep yellow? Our sight, then? What is it that pulls us through the array of information to be memorized, and bring in its

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Supporting the underserved in the community

Chatter and movement, culminating in an excited echoing noise in the room. Perhaps an uncommon response from a teacher with thirty-plus students in an eighth grade chemistry class, but to Mr. Sittipong Tummuthit, this is a good thing. This is the energy he strives for in the classroom. Into his

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