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Marketing 6.0: The Future Is Immersive

Philip Kotler

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Sinopse

Rediscover the fundamentals of marketing along with the rise of metamarketing from the best in the business

In Marketing 6.0, the celebrated promoter of the “Four P’s of Marketing,” Philip Kotler, explains how marketers can use technology to address customers’ needs and make a difference in the world. In a new age of metamarketing, this book provides marketers with a way to integrate technological and business model evolution with the dramatic shifts in consumer behavior that have happened in the last decade. Readers will learn about:

The building blocks of metamarketing

Generation Z and Generation Alpha and the technologies they use daily

How to tap into metaverses and extended reality

The potential obstacles and solutions for creating a more interactive and immersive experience.

Marketing has evolved to address global challenges and changing customer expectations. Incorporating sustainability themes and new technologies for customer engagement are essential for businesses to remain relevant. Indeed, marketing has shifted from traditional to digital, but most customers still value some forms of human interaction. As a result, multichannel and omnichannel marketing have become popular among marketers aiming to leverage both traditional and digital engagement. Metamarketing goes beyond that and offers a genuine physical and digital convergence by providing a more interactive and immersive customer experience across physical and digital spaces.

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Autor

Philip Kotler

Professor de Marketing Internacional na faculdade de Gestão da Northwestern University, sendo unanimemente considerado o pai do marketing moderno. Autor de uma obra vastíssima, traduzida em dezenas de línguas, dele publicou a Actual Vencer em Tempo de Caos (2009) e Marketing 3.0. Do Produto e do Consumidor até ao Espírito Humano (2010). Kotler foi também consultor de várias empresas, como a IBM, o Bank of America, a General Electric e a AT&T.

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