The predictors of business performance in the investment management industry

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2015
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Mgxaji, Bongekile
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This study aimed to investigate the influence of internal marketing, relationship quality and continuity as predictors of business performance in the investment management industry in South Africa. The tested relationships produced satisfactory results consistent with how they were hypothesised. Specifically, it appears that internal marketing has a positive impact on business performance. These results will have a beneficial outcome on investment management companies and may prompt them to align business strategies to focus more on internal customers which the employees. Relationship quality has a positive effect on business performance and seems to have an encouraging effect on their relationships that are long-term orientated. However, what is evident is that through the alignment of business strategies, it would be advised that investment management companies focus on the quality of relationships that they have with their clients, as this has a favourable result as indicated by the findings of the study. Finally, relationship continuity has a good impact, but there is no significant influence on business performance as indicated by the findings.
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Thesis (M.M. (Strategic Marketing))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, Graduate School of Business Administration, 2015
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Internal marketing , Relationship quality , Business performance
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