Intangible ignorance

Smith, Craig
October 2006
Marketing (00253650);10/4/2006, p25
Trade Publication
The article focuses on understanding of the value of brands. The intangible assets are transforming management and reporting practice which makes a strong argument that such assets are more important than ever to all stakeholders in a business. The value of brands measured figuratively and financially has a good impact all round.


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