Brands needn't invent values; it's practicalities that attract people

Jones, David
October 2004
Precision Marketing;10/22/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p14
Comments on the branding of products in direct marketing. Competition for product leadership in the financial services industry; Need for marketers to create an emotional relationship with consumers; Importance of the role of direct marketing.


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