Experiential marketing moves centre stage

November 2004
Brand Strategy;Nov2004, Issue 187, p46
Trade Publication
Discusses brand experience experts' views on the reasons why brand experiences should be a weapon in every marketer's armoury. Business benefits of brand experience; Role of brand advocates; Consumers' preference for values, ethics, morals, trading practices and employment law; Way to deal with the issue of obesity.


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