Architect's Essentials of Marketing / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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|Series:||Architect's Essentials of Professional Practice Series , #15|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.65(d)|
About the Author
DAVID KOREN is Marketing Director for Gensler’s 250-person New York office where he is responsible for marketing strategy, strategic alliances, market research, and public relations. Koren is co-chair of the marketing committee of the AIA New York chapter and is an active member of the Society for Marketing Professional Services.
Table of Contents
Introduction: I Don’t Really Have to Do This, Do I?
Part I: Marketing Strategy: Start at the Start.
1. Strategic Planning: Getting to the Starting Line.
2. Branding: We Used to Call It Reputation.
3. Positioning: Finding Your Place in Your Markets.
4. Marketing Planning: Deciding How to Communicate to YourMarkets.
5. Budgeting for Marketing: Knowing What You Can Spend.
Part II: The Business Development Cycle: Getting theJob.
6. Targets and Opportunities: Finding and Pursuing Leads.
7. Brochures and Qualifications Packages: Who Are You? What HaveYou Done?
8. Proposals: Making an Offer.
9. Presentations: The Chemistry Test.
10. Design Competitions: High Risk and High Impact.
11. Closing the Deal: Setting the Fee, Negotiating, and Signingthe Contract.
Part III: Marketing Tools and Resources: Your Arsenal ofMarketing Weapons.
12. Research: Obtaining Market Intelligence.
13. Knowledge Management: Systems for Tracking Information.
14. Internal Communications: Getting the Message to YourStaff.
15. Client Communications: Newsletters, Web Sites, Direct Mail,Advertising, and Events.
16. Media Relations and Awards: Communicating with thePress.
17. Photography: Creating the Right Image.
18. Marketing Staff and Consultants: Who Can Help You?
19. Evaluating Your Performance: Is Your Marketing Working?