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The MALDIVES NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Business school

MARKETING RESEARCH (MKT 205) COMPONENT ONE

Bachelor in Business (Sem.4) Date: 6th August 2015 Content

Executive summary---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
Introduction-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
Problem discovery stage---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 * Background of tourism and women in Maldives-----------------------------------------------------4 * Discussion with decision maker--------------------------------------------------------------------------5 * Discussion with expert -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5 * Discussion with local women-----------------------------------------------------------------------------6 * Secondary data analysis------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
Problem definition----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7 * Management…...

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