The bottom of the pyramid

Lewis, Elen
March 2004
Brand Strategy;Mar2004, Issue 180, p3
Trade Publication
Introduces a series of articles which appeared in the March 2004 issue of "Brand Strategy". Importance of branding to a business; Business mentality in Iraq and brand strategy for Iraq.


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