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Marketing is not an event, but a process . . . It has a beginning, a middle, but never an end, for it is a process. You improve it, perfect it, change it, even pause it. But you never stop it completely." Marketing is a continuous process of planning and implementing the four P's of marketing (product, place, price and promotion) for all goods and services as well as creative ideas between organizations and the general public.


Mainly marketing is a process which is concerned in making the organization successful by affectively selling its product. Distribution is one of the four and most integral parts of marketing. A distributor is also middle, an intermediary between manufacturers and retailers, after the production of a good it may be stored or passed down to the next level of the supply chain. Many times there may be a chain of middlemen passing a particular product down the chain or an organization, before eventually reaching the consumer. This process is commonly known as the distribution chain or the channel of distribution. Each component of this chain has their own requirements, which producers must take into account by producers. (Brassington & Pettitt, 2003, pp.21-98)
It is important to note that distribution cannels may not include physical products only. It might be equally important to transport a service from the manufacturer to the consumer, for which both direct and indirect modes may be used. For example hotels may sell their services through travel agents or a centralized reservation policy. The channels of distributions have experienced many innovations in the service industry. ...
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