"... Using ingeniously insightful witty examples, mark Earls embarks on a radical and comprehensive critique of the fundamental principles of business and marketing..." (Marketing Business, September 2002)
"…a highly entertaining and thought-provoking denunciation of what’s gone wrong with marketing…Mark’s easy-flowing writing style will encourage you to try to spend the evening reading it at one sitting…" (www.theidm.com 4 November 2002)
"…anyone interested in our industry (marketing), and the society we help to create, should read this book…" (Research Magazine, February 2003)
From the Inside Flap
This book puts the accepted ideas of marketing into perspective. It draws together new learning and anecdotes from disparate fields - from neuroscience and Cary Grant to circuses and rock music - to offer a series of thought starters for marketers on how to apply the new learning to their everyday experiences and the shape of their organizations.
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