Marketing myopia is a term used by Theodore Levitt in his 1960 article to explain that the vision of many organisations was constricted due to a narrow understanding of what business they were in. The harbinger of modern marketing, the article suggested that companies should concentrate on meeting consumer needs rather than selling products.


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