Marketing Management

As a market researcher for a cable television company seeking to determine
the number of multi-dwelling buildings in a selected neighborhood, your
best chance of acquiring this information quickly would be
a. census information available on the Internet.
b. the local Better Business Bureau.
c. interviews with neighborhood leaders.
d. the local Chamber of Commerce.
e. an aerial survey of surrounding neighborhoods.

Please write what you have done toward answering your question. It's helpful for the teachers here if they know what your thinking on this is.

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