Catlin, Jenny
April 2004
Brand Strategy;Apr2004, Issue 181, p42
Trade Publication
Delves into research on brand loyalty. Awareness of the advantages of well-known brands despite wanting a wide choice of goods to be available; Advantage of saving time in searching for products given by brand names; Retention of brand names in the mentality of consumers.


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