marketing cost


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Noun1.marketing cost - the cost of marketing (e.g., the cost of transferring title and moving goods to the customer)marketing cost - the cost of marketing (e.g., the cost of transferring title and moving goods to the customer)
cost - the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
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To carry out special audit of LPG marketing cost and its respective distributors cost keeping in view the existing LPG regulated price regime while safeguarding the public interest.
Whenever marketing margin is stated in percent, the obtained coefficient is called the coefficient of marketing cost. This coefficient shows a sum of the shares of all marketing mediums from the final price of the product and it is shown by r:
Taipei: HTC, the smartphone maker that reported three straight quarterly operating losses, returned to profit after the release of its marquee One M8 smartphone and marketing cost cuts helped stem the effect of a sales decline.
In tough economic times, businesses slash marketing costs, mistakenly thinking marketing cost is part of the problem.
If a company is racking up sales because it is essentially underwriting the purchases of its products with incentives ("Well, it's just a marketing cost, you see," tends to be one of the justifications), then what appears to be the case isn't as good as it looks.
You will understand how much money you can invest in generating leads to meet your profit objectives when you create an Allowable Marketing Cost table.
These fees, together with increased marketing costs and the expansion of its team meant pre-tax losses rose from PS937k to PS1.75m in the period, with operating losses rising almost 40% to PS1.2m.
Card firms said they are discontinuing old credit card products, but market observers say their move aims to cut marketing costs to maintain profitability.
Marketing costs are likely to be between PS6m and PS9m higher from 2020 due to irrecoverable VAT.
The markets aim at supporting the Qatari farmers by reducing marketing costs and encouraging them to increase the local production.

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