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dc.contributor.authorDennis, C-
dc.contributor.authorFenech, T-
dc.contributor.authorMerrilees, B-
dc.identifier.citationInternational Journal of Retail & Distribution Management. 33(3): 179-193en
dc.description.abstractThe ‘4Ps’ of the marketing mix have long been popular with students, tutors, trainers and practitioners as a learning and teaching aid. The purpose of this paper is to present an equivalent tool for retail and e-retail: ‘Sale the 7Cs’. The approach is by reference to other authors’ versions of the marketing, retail and e-retail mixes, distilled into a simplified framework: C1 Convenience; C2 Customer value and benefit; C3 Cost to the customer; C4 Computing and category management; C5 Customer franchise; C6 Customer care and service; C7 Communication and customer relationships. This simplified mnemonic is new for (e-)retail. Mini case examples are used to illustrate the applicability. These have a practical value for trainers and educators as specimen answers to activity exercises. Retailers may find the convenient 7Cs structure useful when planning strategies and tactics.en
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dc.subjectRetail mixen
dc.subjecte-retail mix-
dc.subjecte-tail mix-
dc.subject(e-)retail mix-
dc.subject(e-)tail mix-
dc.titleSale the seven Cs: Teaching/training aid for the (e-)retail mixen
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