Big spenders

November 2005
Brand Strategy;Nov2005, Issue 197, p42
Trade Publication
The article ranks the top brand advertisers in Great Britain in September 2005 based on net spending for advertising campaigns. DFS is ranked first with an advertising spending of 7,087,527 British pounds, followed by Sainsbury's at second with 5,076,632 British pounds. Orange is ranked third with advertising spending of 5,057,578 British pounds.


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