July 2004
Brand Strategy;Jul/Aug2004, Issue 184, p42
Trade Publication
Discusses the results of OMD's survey about the behavior and attitudes of older consumers in Great Britain. Types of older consumers; Favorite brands of the over-45s by segment; Habits of older consumers by sector.


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