Summaries and Trends

September 2006
Brand Strategy;Sep2006, Issue 205, p4
Trade Publication
The article presents summaries and trends related to brand strategy. Sustainability must be built into the business strategy at every level. Creating a strong brand in a largely unbranded industry can make the brand name stand out. It is important for companies to formulate a long-term business plan.


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