Synonyms for mercadotecnia or Related words with mercadotecnia
Examples of "mercadotecnia"
XEOS-AM 1340 received its concession on July 26, 1956. It was owned by María Elena Corral de Millán and broadcast with 250 watts. In 1972, Sistema Radiofónico de Obregón bought XEOS; it was transferred to Sistemas Publicitarios y de
de Obregón in 1992, and two years later, to Organización Sonora.
XEHO-AM 910 received its concession on February 7, 1957. It was owned by Josefina María de García de León and broadcast with 1,000 watts day and 250 night. XEHO was bought by Radio Son, S.A. (in 1972), Sistemas Publicitarios y de
de Obregón, S.A. de C.V. (in 1992), and Fantasía Musical 58, S.A. de C.V. (in 2004). By the time of the latter acquisition, XEHO had moved to 580 kHz.
In late 2006 the construction of new classrooms in the western part of the campus, and refurbishments of both the parking lot and the pedestrian entrance, were underway. The university also hosts the Centre for Marketing and Opinion Surveys (Spanish: Centro de Estudios de Opinión y
, CEO), the Universidad de Guadalajara's Centre for carrying out an array of surveys for distinct purposes, both for the University and its private clients.
XEHX-AM received its concession on June 4, 1952. It was owned by Gerardo Millán Ríos, and by the 1960s by María Elena Coral Otero de Chávez due to her divorce with Millan Ríos and operated as a daytimer with 1,000 watts, initially on 1370 kHz and then on 1460. It was sold to Radio Yaqui in 1971, to Sistemas Publicitarios y de
de Obregón in 1992, and to XEHX, S.A. in 1994. In 2006, XEHX moved from 1460 kHz to 860, still with 1,000 watts.
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