Book ‘Customer Innovation’ nominated as Marketing Book of the Year 2015

The book 'Customer Innovation' by Vlerick professor Marion Debruyne has been nominated as a finalist in the Marketing Book of the Year 2015 competition. This annual competition selects the best global marketing book from the world wide offer in the last year and it is organised by M&SB, specialist source of marketing & sales intelligence. Marion’s book was selected as one of the 20 top marketing books of last year. With the competition M&SB also aims to encourage authors, publishers and marketers in all parts of the world to take initiatives to share their ideas by means of the written word.

The online voting is open from January 19 till January 31 (midnight London time) to everyone in the marketing world. In the second phase, an independent jury of 15 senior marketers will make the final choice out of the remaining top 5 from the public voting. Finally, the winning book will be announced on March 1.

You can support Marion by voting for her book. Your vote is much appreciated.

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