Marketing Self-diagnostic Tool for SMEs - Assumptions of the Project
Piotr Werynski ()
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Piotr Werynski: Silesian University of Technology
No 1/2013, Working Papers from Institute of Economic Research
The aim of the author is to present methodological approaches used to study the socio-economic sector of micro, small and medium-sized companies of plans for a quasi-experimental testing tool (Marketing self-diagnostic tool ) constructed for the diagnosis and self-diagnosis of individual attitudes, knowledge, skills and needs in the field marketing innovation and marketing innovation MSME entrepreneurs. The study was carried out using a triangulation approach to the methods, sources, researchers, cognitive perspectives. They took place in the framework of the project POKL: "The matrix for innovative entrepreneurship", carried out by the Department of Applied Social Sciences, Silesian University of Technology. The project concerns the issue of marketing innovation and innovation in marketing in 6 dimensions: competencies, perception of environment, customer orientation, awareness of the created brand, processes and strategies, pro-innovative trends and actions.
Keywords: innovations in marketing; marketing needs; business relationship with the scientific community; branding awareness; marketing strategies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 16 pages
Date: 2013-02, Revised 2013-05
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