Course Content
Introduction to agribusiness management- definition, Scope and importance; concept of business management
Basic concept and definitions of firms, plant, industry and their interrelationships with respect to agricultural production
Agribusiness environment, management systems, and managerial decisions
Cooperatives- concept, definitions, role, organization, structure, cooperative law and bylaws, developing agriculture cooperatives, cooperative marketing, cooperative farming
Learn agribusiness management, marketing and cooperatives with Braimy- B.Sc Agriculture
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– The concept was coined by a American Marketing expert- John Culliton,

– The firm chooses the product, performs distribution function, carries out promotional measures, and lastly the firm uses the pricing mechanism.

 The marketing mix has following sub-elements:

a) Product variable: design, quality, features, model, styles, appearance, size and warranty of products; Packaging, materials, size, appearance and level; branding and trademarks, service; pre-sell and after-sell; new products.

b) Place variable: Channel of distribution, types of intermediaries, channel design, location of outlet, physical distribution, transportation, warehousing, order processing, etc.

c) Price variable: pricing policies, level of pricing, level of margin, discounts and rebates (refunds), terms of delivery, payment terms, credit terms and installment facilities and Resale price, maintenance, etc.

d)Promotion variables: Personal selling, objective, level of effort, quality of sale force, cost level, levels of motivation, advertising; media mix, budgets, allocations and programmes, sales promotion efforts, display contests, trade promotions, publicity and public relations.

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