An IMC campaign is a complex set of interlocking, coordinated activities that has a beginning and an end. It outlines the objectives and strategies for a series of different but related marketing communication efforts that appear in different media, use different marcom tools, and convey different but complementary brand consistent messages to a variety of stakeholders. When developing marketing materials, the company will first need to evaluate market information from original consumer needs to post-purchase behavior. Gathering market data is usually completed by entry-level employees. Analyzing the information and developing strategies are functions of the entire marketing department, usually led by the marketing manager. When evaluating market feedback, you discover differences between the image the company wants to promote about the brand and the market’s actual perception. 1. List the eight key IMC concepts and determine which concept best applies to this situation.2. Discuss what you might recommend a company do about the differences.