Author(s): Philip Kotler and Joanne Scheff
Organisation/Affiliation: Harvard Business School Press
The authors apply the full spectrum of marketing principles to an industry that has long resisted them – the performing arts. Drawing on a wide variety of primary and secondary sources, the authors review all of the key marketing functions – from segmentation to pricing to public relations–in the context of arts management, illustrated through numerous examples. They argue that by embracing fundamental marketing principles and launching innovative marketing strategies, music, theater, and dance organizations can fulfill their artistic missions while building strong customer bases.
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