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Marketing the Unknown

Developing Market Strategies for Technical Innovations

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Marketing the Unknown by Paul Millier
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It is a fact that 70% of the costs of R&D lead to failure. Some of these costs can be attributed to technical problems, but the remainder are due to the shortcomings of marketing strategy. How do you choose or transform markets in order to have a successful launch? In this text, the author seeks to demonstrate that products have a 'life' before their 'life cycle' ever begins. He has developed the techniques of a marketing strategy which can be applied to products which do not yet exist in the marketplace and for markets which themselves do not exist. The case studie s he includes are based on work carried out over many years with many blue chip companies such as Shell, Renault Automation, Pilkington Glass, Bayer, EDF (Electricity France) and Rhone Poulenc.

Author Biography

PAUL MILLIER is Professor of Industrial Marketing at E.M. LYON in France. He is currently Visiting Professor at Cranfield School of Management. He has been responsible for the research team for the marketing of technological innovation since 1982. He has also consulted in many industrial organizations such as Canon, EDF, Elf, Hutchinson, Kermel, Renault--Automation, Saint--Gobain Group, Schlumberger Industries, Schneider Electric SA and Thomson--CSF.
Release date NZ
April 26th, 1999
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
figures, references, bibliography, index
Imprint
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Pages
248
Dimensions
163x241x19
ISBN-13
9780471986218
Product ID
3076495

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