December 2004
Brand Strategy;Dec2004/Jan2005, Issue 188, p44
Trade Publication
Discusses a study on brand extension conducted by Research International in Great Britain. Venture of established products into the same or a different category; Comparison of the amount of investment in the development of new products; Underestimation of the value of advertising to brands.


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