One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounPlural marketing companies
A company that provides marketing services on behalf of another business.‘he worked for a marketing company, then an advertising agency’
- ‘Not long ago, a music marketing company would have seen little reason to challenge the prevailing assumption that senior citizens don't buy much rap music.’
- ‘Jones, 16, is CEO of Jammer Productions in California, an event planning and marketing company.’
- ‘In 1999 it was the first marketing company in Ireland with the capability to provide clients with next-day research results.’
- ‘The company has teamed up with a marketing company, which will study footfall and customer profiles.’
- ‘With partners, he started a student marketing company that sold national advertising across campuses that landed in calendars and on trash cans and book covers.’
- ‘No wonder today's MBAs shun traditional marketing companies, which they view as outmoded, to explore exciting, uncharted territories.’
- ‘He pointed out that the company is still the leading diamond mining and marketing company in the world.’
- ‘What he wanted to do was to open restaurants, produce a television series and start an advertising and marketing company.’
- ‘When Morgan founded his Internet marketing company in 1995, he vowed to fend off investors for as long as possible.’
- ‘Your personal information is eventually sold to marketing companies that then solicit you by phone or mail based on your profile.’
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