The second edition of Marketing Management for Nonprofit Organizations provides a comprehensive overview of the theory behind nonprofit marketing, and analyses key nonprofit contexts such as fundraising, the arts, education, healthcare, volunteering, the public sector and the arena of social ideas. The text is divided into three parts, mirroring the syllabus that is taught on many undergraduate and MBA course modules. It begins with an introduction to the nonprofit sector and the topic of marketing before moving on to develop a framework for marketing planning, including a detailed consideration of topics such as overall direction, market segmentation, branding and positioning. The text concludes with a series of chapters that explore the application of marketing in a number of specific contexts. Each chapter contains an outline of its objectives, discussion questions and a summary of the key areas covered. Second and third year undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in nonprofit marketing, service marketing and public sector management will find this volume an invaluable course accompaniment.
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