October 2005
Brand Strategy;Oct2005, Issue 196, p42
Trade Publication
Highlights the book "Heartland," by Marc Scott, recommended by JWT London head of planning, Russ Lidstone, as an ideal marketing book. Core tenets of successful organizational brands according to Scott; Proposals made by Scott to be able to launch a successful global marketing scheme.


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