Rant and rave

Edwards, Paul
July 2005
Brand Strategy;Jul/Aug2005, Issue 194, p34
Trade Publication
Explores the attitudes of consumers towards brands in Great Britain. Tendency for British consumers not to condemn businesses who break the law; Frustrations about the trends of modern society; Perception over brand choice and the time-decision making it entails.


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