Detective Marketing: Creative Common Sense in Business (英語) ペーパーバック – 2001/10
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"Some really good examples of business metaphors" TOMPETERS! "There are a number of good ways to get an idea. Sleep on it, go for a walk or read Stefan Engeseth's new book. The sleeping and walking ways will be greatly enhanced if you read Detective Marketing first." AL RIES, CHAIRMAN, RIES & RIES "In his book Detective Marketing, Stefan has succeeded in creating what we always strive for: simplicity, clarity, perfection." CLAES ANDREASSON, DIRECTOR, ABSOLUT AKADEMI, THE ABSOLUT COMPANY "Straightforward thinking. It's thought provoking. He's taking the Pepper's One-to-One philosophy a step forward." BRAND REPUBLIC "Totally crap!!!" ANONYMOUS CRITIC ABOUT THE BOOK: This book is base on my theory of creative business and the meeting of minds. Because this requires a certain mindset from the reader, my readers are primarily professionals in IT, PR, corporate communications, advertising, marketing and sales. Creativity, however, knows no boundaries. No matter what your profession is, Detective Marketing can help you grow. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stefan Engeseth has been called everything from consultant to chaos pilot. A well known lecturer and writer, Stefan has built a solid reputation as a sort of 'Jonathon Livingston Seagull' of the business world. Over the years, he has worked with such diverse companies as Letsbuyit.com and the Swedish Postal Service. He has held over 500 lectures and workshops internationally at corporations and academic institutions attended by the University of Stockholm, Pace University (New York), IIU, IIR, BMW, J Walter Thompson, Leo Burnett, Daimler Chrysler, Ericsson, Berghs School of Communication, Public Relations and Pharmacia Corporation. He has also taken part in the Oresund Consulate's reference group on the Oresund bridge between Sweden and Denmark - one of the largest projects of its kind in Europe. He writes articles for international business magazines.
One Year Ahead of Coca-Cola
Engeseths ideas often literally make news. His reflections about distribution, are a case in point. In our digital world many goods still make several laps around the world before they reach the consumer. His solution: distribute goods such as milk and Coca Cola directly to the consumers kitchen faucet. A pipe dream? Coca Cola didnt seem to think so. One year after the publication of his book, The Coca-Cola Company announced a pilot project for just such a Coke on tap alternative in New York.
Stefan: how about Detective Marketing II? We'd like more of your genius!