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Volume 19, Number 2
A STUDY OF PR PRACTITIONERS' USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS IN CYPRUS
This study is aimed at both researchers and public relations (PR) practitioners. The use of social media tools and technologies — such as blogs, social networking, microblogging, podcasts, etc. — is a very important factor for PR practitioners, helpi ...
LEVERAGING ETHNIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP, CULTURE AND FAMILY DYNAMICS TO ENHANCE GOOD GOVERNANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN THE IMMIGRANT FAMILY BUSINESS
Immigrant family businesses are one of the most unique, complex and dynamic systems in our modern-day society. The blending of two inherently different realms — the performance-based world of business and the emotion-based domain of the immigrant fam ...
RETAIL ISLAMIC FINANCIAL SERVICES IN NORTH AMERICA: THE (UPPER) MICHIGAN CONNECTION
The purpose of this paper is to explore how a small remote Midwestern bank reformulated itself into a major marketer of retail Islamic financial services in the United States and influenced Islamic financial services marketing in North America. The p ...
The Influence of the Relational Marketing Paradigm on the Governance of the Novel Channel Format Named Social Franchising: An Exploratiory Qualitative Analysis of Four Social Franchises from the UK
This paper explores the influence of the relational paradigm on the governance structure and performance of the novel inter-organizational format named social franchising.  This format has emerged as a channel strategy to tackle the issues of gr ...
Measuring Luxury Brand Consumption and Female Consumers' Religiosity in the UAE
Luxury brand consumption by female consumers in the rich Arab Gulf states has never been systematically studied, and thus most of our knowledge in this area remains shaped by preconceived notions that are not likely to withstand scientific scrutiny. ...
Halal Products and Services in the Italian Tourism and Hospitality Industry: Brief Case Studies of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Increasing tourism by Muslims to non-Muslim countries highlights a need to examine the capacity and willingness of such destinations to fully cater to Muslim needs and ways of life. This paper explores the case of Italy, where a gradual move is being ...


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