The Philosophy Society | The Ethical Dimensions of Marketing: Navigating Truth, Perception, and Consumer Influence

Event Details

Host: Dr Farshad Badie, Interim Dean of Faculty of Computer Science and Informatics, Head of Research, DBA Supervisor, and Lecturer

Venue: Holographic Theatre, Alte Post, Berlin Campus

Time: 3:30 Europe/Berlin

Date: 09 July 2024

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The art of marketing transcends mere promotion; it embodies a profound philosophy that shapes consumer perceptions, influences decision-making, and ultimately, the trajectory of market success. Delving into the ethical dimensions of marketing, The Philosophy Society presents an insightful discourse on “The Ethical Dimensions of Marketing: Navigating Truth, Perception, and Consumer Influence” hosted by Dr Farshad Badie, Interim Dean of Faculty of Computer Science and Informatics, Head of Research, DBA Supervisor, and Lecturer, with Mr. Farzad Karimi, Lecturer as a guest speaker.

Mark your calendars for 9 July, as we explore the depths of marketing ethics. Through stimulating discussions and interactive sessions, we will dissect various ethical paradigms in marketing. In this dynamic forum, participants will gain invaluable insights into the essence of ethical marketing, its impact on consumer trust, and its role in shaping organisational reputations.

Don’t miss the opportunity to expand your understanding of marketing ethics and its implications for personal and professional growth. Reserve your seat now on a journey of exploration and enlightenment.

Important: Kindly note that spaces for this event are limited, so be sure to secure your spot promptly.

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