It's just a little list of dislikes

Ward, Gareth
September 2003
Printing World;9/4/2003, Vol. 283 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
Comments on the guidelines imposed by officials of Royal Mail pertaining to covermount services and creative direct mail campaigns in Great Britain. Emphasis on the importance of customer satisfaction; Concept of pre-defined boxes; Effects of the economic condition on the imposition of guidelines.


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