‘Finally, a work that is well theoretically and practically grounded, with enjoyable case studies, opens horizons to entrepreneurs and marketers (especially for youthful businessmen), by exploring and suggesting creativity in entrepreneurial activities while using modern technology and techniques. Similarly, it is an excellent text book with
distinct pool of useful and concrete materials that can be used by undergraduate and graduate studies, as well as academicians and
– Ramo Palalic, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business
‘As someone who has long contended that Marketing should be one of the dominant disciplines in entrepreneurship education and research, I am delighted to discover the publication of Entrepreneurial Marketing. This book makes a major contribution to potential success for leaders of new and growing ventures.
Hisrich and Ramadani have reteamed to make yet another major contribution to educating entrepreneurs. Their latest book, Entrepreneurial Marketing, hits on the most critical skills that a new venture owner must perform: finding and satisfying customers. The chapters provide guidelines from the latest research for entrepreneurs to follow in identifying opportunities and communicating the value they offer to their markets.
The biggest knowledge gap most entrepreneurs have is how to market their products, services and businesses. Hisrich and Ramadani provide the guidance needed by owners of new and growing businesses. Their chapters contain practical strategies that have been documented to help entrepreneurs identify opportunities, target markets, and communicate how they will meet customers' needs. Readers will want to have this close by for reference when their marketing problems crop up.’
– Frank Hoy, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US
‘This is a timely contribution by authors for whom I have great respect; their energy has put together another masterpiece, this time prescribing a practical managerial approach to entrepreneurial marketing, climaxing with an entrepreneurial marketing plan. The ten chapters – each with a relevant and useful case study – are reader-friendly and easy to absorb. Examples help enhance the memorable learning experience.’
– Léo-Paul Dana, Princeton University, US