- By-Pass Strategy
- One of five main competitive strategies available to a market challenger, a by-pass strategy is an indirect means of seeking advantage in which a company seeks to take market share from a strong market leader by avoiding confrontation by targeting new geographic markets or diversifying into other unrelated products or new technologies.
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|Master of Marketing|
|Retail Insights Seminar|
Presented by the Australian Centre for Retail Studies, this year's Retail Insights Seminar will review highlights from the 2013 World Retail Congress (Paris) and Shop.org (Chicago) conferences held in October.
Sydney - 3 December 2013
7.30 am - 9.30am
|ACRS Corporate Partnership|
ACRS Corporate Partnership provides global and local organisations with a range of exclusive benefits.