Marketing

Sunday, September 25, 2005

Marketing - Investors suffer erosion on oil marketing companies margin cut RECORDER REPORTKARACHI (September 26 2005): Investors (Business Recorder)


Investors suffer erosion on oil marketing companies margin cut RECORDER REPORTKARACHI (September 26 2005): Investors (Business Recorder)
KARACHI (September 26 2005): Investors suffered widespread erosion because of speculation on the last session of the week on rumours that the government might reduce the oil marketing companies' margin from 3.5 percent to 3 percent.

Marketing - Globes [online] - Rad-Bynet begins marketing 2nd Or Tower in Ramat Hahayal (Globes Online)


Globes [online] - Rad-Bynet begins marketing 2nd Or Tower in Ramat Hahayal (Globes Online)
At a ceremony at the site, Rad-Bynet Real Estate will announce this week the beginning of marketing of the second of its two Or Towers in Ramat Hahayal. Marketing of the first tower has been completed.

Marketing team sent to Russia (INQ7.net)
Subscribe to Breaking News alerts, send ON EXTRA BREAKING to 2207 for Globe, or send EXTRA BREAKING to 386 for Smart. THE DEPARTMENT of Tourism has sent a marketing team to Russia to strengthen the country's bid to corner a portion of the latter's 19 million outbound travelers a year.

Marketing - Private Insurers Ready to Start Marketing Medicare Drug Plans (RedNova)


Private Insurers Ready to Start Marketing Medicare Drug Plans (RedNova)
Seniors on Medicare should prepare for especially full mailboxes beginning next weekend. More than 15 private insurance companies in each Southern state will offer prescription-drug coverage under Medicare, federal health officials said yesterday.

County's Marketing Not Quite Up to Par (Washington Post)
Prince William County's efforts at branding itself at this year's Presidents Cup registered with some visitors but never got through to others.

Marketing - HIP-HOP UNKNOWNS SCORE BIG-TIME MARKETING DEALS (New York Post)


HIP-HOP UNKNOWNS SCORE BIG-TIME MARKETING DEALS (New York Post)
HIP-HOP UNKNOWNS SCORE BIG-TIME MARKETING DEALS September 25, 2005 -- They've never scored a big hit or even released a CD but a growing number of fresh hip-hop performers are finding themselves as much sought-after corporate pitchmen.