Bullmore, Jeremy
July 2006
Campaign;7/28/2006, Issue 30, p21
Trade Publication
Question & Answer
The article presents questions and answers related to the field of advertising. One question inquires about personnel management. Another question inquires about inviting public to participate in focus groups. Another question asks why the advertising industry persist with judging everything as an individual one-off execution.


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