Marketing is the study of exchange relationships by creating, developing, communicating, and exchanging offering for customers, clients, partners, corporations, and society. There are two kinds of marketing environments – the macro-environment which consists of the economic, social, and political or technological phenomena, and the micro-environment which consists of the customers, consumers, employees, suppliers, and the media. In Marketing 1 Chapter 5.1, there are essential terms that you will encounter such as, but not limited to: patent which protects an invention for twenty years; monopoly which means a sole firm or corporation controls the market; profit which is the money earned from conducting the business after all costs and expenses have been paid or settled; trademark which protects a word, name, or symbol that represents the company; supply which is the amount of good that producers are willing to supply; and demand which is the willingness of the consumers to purchase the goods. There are other words hidden in this word search. Can you find them all?