It's the same, but different

Wood, Stuart
June 2006
Brand Strategy;Jun2006, Issue 203, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses the important of using continuity approach for brand marketing. According to the author, it is important to define personality, the way a brand behaves, its attitude to time and place, to history and change. Establishing relevance for the consumer after defining attitude is needed.


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