November 2004
Brand Strategy;Nov2004, Issue 187, p29
Trade Publication
Reports that clothing firm Levi Strauss and Co.'s Europe's web site was launched in five languages. Website's part of an online marketing strategy; Importance of the engagement element of communication; European averages of online advertising effectiveness; Need to present a kind of clothing in a lifestyle environment.


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