Brands fashioning change

Vandevelde, Luc
September 2003
Brand Strategy;Sep2003, Issue 175, p13
Trade Publication
Focuses on the aspects of corporate social responsibility. Effort of firms to win the trust of stakeholders; Development of the personal skills of employees; Provision of a literacy training for workers.


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