The winning entries may be displayed in the Commissioner’s Office in Frankfort, at the 2019 Kentucky State Fair, and on the KDA website.
Entries must be postmarked by Friday, March 22, 2019 and mailed to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, c/o Elizabeth Gordon, 111 Corporate Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601.
The first stage is to choose the specific value proposition.
In this stage, the market must perform comprehensive researches on the marketplace before he can expect to successfully deliver valuable goods and services to the marketplace.
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The increasingly competitive business environment is due to the tremendous increase of organizations is pressing businesses to rethink its marketing philosophy, in order to stand out from the crowded and information overload global environment.All of these concepts are based on a customer-oriented and sense-and-respond selling philosophy.The first type of marketing concept is called the reactive market orientation concept, where a company tries to understand and meet the customer’s expressed needs.For example, a widely cited definition of marketing as defined by the American Marketing Association is as follow: marketing is an organizational function and a set of processes for creating, communicating, and delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways that benefits the organization and its stakeholder.Some researchers argue that such a definition is commercial-oriented and have been proposing a marketing definition that is more socially oriented.Commissioner Ryan Quarles invites Kentucky students all across the Commonwealth to create and submit original works of art to show the importance of agriculture to the Commonwealth’s way of life and our future.Students are encouraged to submit either a poster, essay, or digital image based on the contest theme.See below and to the right for more information, including complete contest rules and entry forms, or contact Elizabeth Gordon at (502) 782-4125 or [email protected]: This work has been submitted by a student.The theme for 2019 is “Kentucky Farms: Growing Solutions for a Growing World”.Statewide poster and essay winners from each grade, Kindergarten through 12th grade, will be chosen, and an overall digital winner will be selected.