Market research on the cheap

October 1998
Inc.;Oct98, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p120
Presents a cost-effective way of conducting a market research by using business students, according to Pete's Brewing founder Pete Slosberg. Amount paid by Slosberg to the school; Estimated amount of hiring big-name consultants.


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