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Net marketing contribution (NMC)

Net marketing contribution (NMC) is a measure of marketing profitability that includes only components of profitability controlled by marketing.

       NMC = net sales – cost of goods sold – marketing expenses (The marketing expenses include sales expenses, promotion expenses, freight expenses, and the managerial salaries and expenses of the marketing function).

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