Selling technology

Davis, Bruce
May 2004
Brand Strategy;May2004, Issue 182, p34
Trade Publication
Assesses the real value of technology. Development of the mobile telephone; Need for brands to be sensitive for developing trust; Recognition of the value of the product.


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