Lauterborn (1991)


  1. Lauterborn's 4Cs
  2. 4Ps
  3. Planning models
  4. Marketing
  5. Somatic cortex
  6. Oral ciliature
  7. 4 C's of marketing strategy
  8. Consumer wants and needs
  9. Cost
  10. Convenience
  11. Communication
  12. Acoustic chaos
  13. Werner Lauterborn
  14. Joachim Holzfuß
  15. Bifurcations
  16. Duffing oscillator
  17. Physica D
  18. Nonlinear dynamics
  19. Toda chain
  20. Activity-dependent gene expression
  21. Hippocampus
  22. Cortex
  23. Memory storage mechanisms.

Lauterborn (1991) is likely in reference to the work of Werner Lauterborn, a pioneer in the field of marketing. Lauterborn is best known for introducing the "4 Cs" in marketing, which are consumer, cost, communication, and convenience. This is an alternative framework to the traditional "4 Ps" of marketing (product, price, place, and promotion). His work emphasized the significance of customer-centric marketing strategies.

Additionally, Lauterborn's concepts have been influential in shaping modern marketing strategies, focusing on the needs and wants of consumers, effective communication, and the overall convenience of products and services.

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