Marketing A-Level Topic Summaries

We know that in today’s hectic lifestyle only very few students have all the time to prepare super summary notes that really come in handy on the eve of the exam.

At Marketing Malta  we also provide A level Marketing summary notes by topic to our students to ensure that when there is ‘panic’ and little time, they have a good studying aid.  Summary notes help students remember the most important points. We always emphasize that students should dedicate as much time to the subject as possible (and one can always recognise who is doing the effort). The summary notes simply seal off the topic like the cherry on the cake.

A Level Summary Notes are available to regular students attending the lessons.

For more information or booking your place at Marketing Malta call on 99517383.




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Kristel Jo Bishop

Mrs Kristel Jo Bishop B.Sc.(Bus.&Comp.)(Melit.),B.Com.(Hons)(Melit.),M.B.A.(e-business)(Melit.) Kristel Jo Bishop read her degrees in B.Sc. Business and Computing and later B.Com (Hons) in Management at the University of Malta. Her thesis focused on the Internet as an effective marketing research tool, a topic which back in 2000, was still in its infancy. She then joined Alert Communications (now Alert Group) as Marketing Executive. Apart from working in e-marketing projects in an industry that was rapidly evolving, she also wrote weekly articles featuring reviews of websites for local newspapers. As her role at Alert Communications grew to encompass larger web and multimedia projects, Kristel Jo pursued an M.B.A. in e-Business at the University of Malta where she obtained distinction in 2004. Her dissertation looked at Knowledge Management in Small and Medium Sized Organisations and the use of knowledge portals as a tool which helps SMEs exploit and use their knowledge. At Alert Communications, as Business Development Manager, she led teams through both Multimedia and Web Projects of different scales, involving both foreign and local clients and private companies and central government. Since 2006, she has lectured in various courses for the University of Malta in e-Marketing and e-Strategy and also as an independent lecturer in A-level Marketing.