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Sales versus Marketing
Jp Singh, Manager, India, Member
Most or all of the MBA institutes teach marketing in their programs. Today's corporate world emerges as sales-oriented with both marketing and sales playing a major role. Many people seem to be recruited for sales jobs. There seems to be a mismatch between what MBA's are tought and what's required in the real world? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Sales versus Marketing
Claude Balleux, Strategy Consultant, Canada, Member
  Yeah. Maybe you're right. From my point of view, university's program are too "branded marketing" oriented. And branding is too far from the SME's concern. Which do not have the financial capacity to support a brand as McDonalds or Nike can do it. And it's true that this kind of marketing is far from a sales job's concern.

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Francielle Nunes, Entrepreneur, Brazil, Member
  The question makes sense. There is a mismatch between the teaching of marketing (theory) and the corporate world which emerges as sales oriented (practise).
It is key to understand both marketing and sales toward the real world. MBA schools should go to that direction.

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