marketing

I really need help with this. Its the only part of my coursework I cant do.

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  1. please?

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  2. Market mapping allows you to examine all the flows of materials, the decision dynamics and the competive dynamics in the market place.

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  3. in english?

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  4. Did that help any?

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  5. A market map defines the distribution and value added chain between the final users and suppliers, which takes into account the various buying mechanisms found in a market, including the part played by the "infuencers." This probably sounds more confusing.

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  6. I'm sorry I really don't understand it. Im in year 10 and working at a grade B. I just cant get the concept.

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  7. Have you tried using search engines?

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  8. yep but don't worry ill ask my teacher tomorrow thanks for your help

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  9. Your welcome. Sorry about the confusion.

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