Emap eyes US brands with publisher tie-up

Mistry, Bhavna
May 1999
Marketing Event;May99, p7
Reports that Emap Fashion has formed a strategic alliance with United States publisher Petersen. Reason behind the move; What the deal involves; Benefits of the deal for both companies.


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