Marketing returns to the 16th century

Take a quick look back through your history books to the 16th century and you’ll quickly recognize that most people lived in small villages and seldom made contact with people from outside.

Obviously there was no electricity, telephones, public transport or other modern accoutrements back in that time which probably accounts for why most villagers seldom travelled outside of their village boundaries and when they did, it was slow and often arduous.

Typically any marketing activity revolved around the local village community and mainly happened in the local market square; the centre point of the village, the hub of commercialism and the focal point for many community relationships. Read more about HOW modern marketing is returning to the 16th Century