Seeking the perfect brief

Mistry, Bhavna
November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p45
Discusses the importance of the brief to clients who want custom-built stands for exhibitions. What constitutes an effective and hard-working brief; Description of the briefing process; Importance of the brief in establishing the client-agency relationship; Elements that a creative agency need to know.


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