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Die Dorfbewohner des Big Apple. New Yorker Side...
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1999

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Stand: 23.01.2020
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Wandkalender 2020 DIN A4 New York City Geburtst...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: New York City Geburtst A4 hoch, Titelzusatz: Zwischenstopp in New York City (Geburtstagskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Klinder Thomas, Größe: DIN A4, Gewicht: 235 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2019, Kalenderjahr: 2020, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Big // Apple // Brooklyn // Bridge // Liberty // Subway // Großstadt // Wolkenkratzer // Skyline // Geburtstagskalender // Wandkalender // DIN, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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Wandkalender 2020 DIN A3 New York City Geburtst...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: New York City Geburtst A3 hoch, Titelzusatz: Zwischenstopp in New York City (Geburtstagskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Klinder Thomas, Größe: DIN A3, Gewicht: 463 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2019, Kalenderjahr: 2020, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Big // Apple // Brooklyn // Bridge // Liberty // Subway // Großstadt // Wolkenkratzer // Skyline // Geburtstagskalender // Wandkalender // DIN, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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Wandkalender 2020 DIN A2 New York City Geburtst...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: New York City Geburtst A2 hoch, Titelzusatz: Zwischenstopp in New York City (Geburtstagskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Klinder Thomas, Größe: DIN A2, Gewicht: 890 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2019, Kalenderjahr: 2020, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Big // Apple // Brooklyn // Bridge // Liberty // Subway // Großstadt // Wolkenkratzer // Skyline // Geburtstagskalender // Wandkalender // DIN, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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Tischkalender 2020 DIN A5 New York City Geburts...
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Sprache: Deutsch, Titel: New York City Geburtst A5 hoch, Titelzusatz: Zwischenstopp in New York City (Geburtstagskalender, 14 Seiten ), Autor: Klinder Thomas, Größe: DIN A5, Gewicht: 130 gr, Auflage: 5. Édition 2019, Kalenderjahr: 2020, Seiten: 14, Genre: Orte, Hersteller: CALVENDO, Schlagworte: Big // Apple // Brooklyn // Bridge // Liberty // Subway // Großstadt // Wolkenkratzer // Skyline // Geburtstagskalender // Tischkalender // DIN, Marke: Calvendo, Medium: Kalender, Verkäufer: averdo

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187 - Eine tödliche Zahl (BLU-RAY)
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Der idealistische Lehrer Trevor Garfield versucht an einer New Yorker Public School, seine Schüler auf das Arbeitsleben vorzubereiten. Doch die Kids haben für Ausbildung nichts übrig und ziehen Waffen ihren Füllfederhaltern vor. Als Garfield einem seiner Schüler die Versetzung verweigert, wird er von diesem niedergestochen. 15 Monate später versucht Trevor in L.A. einen Neubeginn. Doch auch hier ist die Situation im Klassenzimmer keinen Deut besser als im "big apple". Aber der wackere Pauker hat sich verändert - er ist zu einer Zeitbombe geworden...Darsteller:Anthony Aguilar, Antwon Tanner, Chase A. Garland, Clifton Collins Jr., David Reyes, Demetrius Navarro, Dominic Hoffman, Donal Gibson, Ebony Monique Solomon, Esther Mercado, Esther Scott, Gannon Brown, Guy Torry, Harri James, Ioannis Bogris, Jack Kehler, Jami Philbrick, Joanna Sanchez, John Heard, Jonah Rooney, Karina Arroyave, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Kelly Rowan, Kenya D. Williamson, Larry A. Costalles, Leonard L. Thomas, Liza Del Mundo, Lobo Sebastian, Martha Velez, Method Man, Raymond Young, Richard Riehle, Sage Allen, Samuel L. Jackson, Tony Plana, Vic Polizos

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The Customer Trap
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American business is dysfunctional. Companies of all sizes follow the mistaken belief that their products and services are best sold through mega-customers with pervasive market reach, such as Amazon and Walmart. Far too many business leaders fail to realize - until it is too late - that the relentless pursuit of volume at all cost is not the key to long-term profits and success.The Customer Trap: How to Avoid the Biggest Mistake in Business is Thomas and Wilkinson's sequel to The Distribution Trap: Keeping Your Innovations from Becoming Commodities , which won the Berry-American Marketing Association Prize for the best marketing book of 2010. The Distribution Trap contended that cracking the big-box channel is not necessarily the Holy Grail that many marketers assume it is. The Customer Trap takes this thesis to the next level by arguing that all companies, regardless of the industry there are in, should maintain control over their sales and distribution channels. Volume forgone by avoiding the mass market is more than offset by higher margins and stronger brand equity.The Customer Trap shows that giving power to a customer who violates "the ten percent rule" sets a company up for ruin. Yet, when presented with the opportunity to push more sales through large customers, most decision-makers jump at the chance. As a result, marketing has come to resemble a relentless quest for efficiency and scale. Demands from mega-customers in the form of discounts, deals, and incentives erode the integrity of the brand and what it originally stood for. Lower margins become the norm and cost-saving compromises on quality take over. In time, the brand suffers and, in some cases, fails outright. Stark examples from Oreck Vacuum Cleaners, Rubbermaid, Goodyear, Levi's, and others illustrate the perils of falling into the "customer trap."This book demonstrates in vivid detail how to thrive by controlling your sales and distribution. The authors show how many firms, such as STIHL Inc., etailz, Apple, Red Ant Pants, and Columbia Paints & Coatings, have prospered by avoiding the "customer trap" - and how your company can have similar success.

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The Customer Trap
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American business is dysfunctional. Companies of all sizes follow the mistaken belief that their products and services are best sold through mega-customers with pervasive market reach, such as Amazon and Walmart. Far too many business leaders fail to realize - until it is too late - that the relentless pursuit of volume at all cost is not the key to long-term profits and success.The Customer Trap: How to Avoid the Biggest Mistake in Business is Thomas and Wilkinson's sequel to The Distribution Trap: Keeping Your Innovations from Becoming Commodities , which won the Berry-American Marketing Association Prize for the best marketing book of 2010. The Distribution Trap contended that cracking the big-box channel is not necessarily the Holy Grail that many marketers assume it is. The Customer Trap takes this thesis to the next level by arguing that all companies, regardless of the industry there are in, should maintain control over their sales and distribution channels. Volume forgone by avoiding the mass market is more than offset by higher margins and stronger brand equity.The Customer Trap shows that giving power to a customer who violates "the ten percent rule" sets a company up for ruin. Yet, when presented with the opportunity to push more sales through large customers, most decision-makers jump at the chance. As a result, marketing has come to resemble a relentless quest for efficiency and scale. Demands from mega-customers in the form of discounts, deals, and incentives erode the integrity of the brand and what it originally stood for. Lower margins become the norm and cost-saving compromises on quality take over. In time, the brand suffers and, in some cases, fails outright. Stark examples from Oreck Vacuum Cleaners, Rubbermaid, Goodyear, Levi's, and others illustrate the perils of falling into the "customer trap."This book demonstrates in vivid detail how to thrive by controlling your sales and distribution. The authors show how many firms, such as STIHL Inc., etailz, Apple, Red Ant Pants, and Columbia Paints & Coatings, have prospered by avoiding the "customer trap" - and how your company can have similar success.

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Stand: 23.01.2020
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