Once more with feeling

Banks, Roger
September 2005
Brand Strategy;Sep2005, Issue 195, p62
Trade Publication
Explains the importance of connecting with customers' feelings when building business-to-business relationships. Categories of customer relationships; Key factors in building the customer-brand relationship.


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