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Marketing Committees: Let's Meet at 10
by Brenda Marlin, CFMP
1. People experienced in working with marketing committees suggest that committees work best when it:
 Includes both employees and members of the board of directors.
 Is not the final decision maker.
 Confines itself to developing new products.
 Meets only temporarily and disbands after a pre-arranged date.
2. Regardless of being permanent or temporary, all marketing committees need:
 A nonmarketing chairman.
 A membership including top management.
 A membership that does not include an excessive number of operational people.
 A clearly defined work goal.
3. By soliciting feedback on marketing from other departments, the marketing committee helps the marketer to:
 Establish the credibility of the marketer and the marketing plan.
 Forestall criticism of the marketing plan.
 Control the direction of marketing.
 Maintain the independence of marketing.
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
by Sheri Teodoru
4. When it comes to providing customer satisfaction, banks should always try to:
 Optimize satisfaction within the limits of profitability. …