Ebenkamp, Becky
May 2000
Brandweek;05/29/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 22, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses consumer trends that could benefit marketers and advertisers. What make Asian consumers receptive to Japan's products; Percentage of advertising executives that believe a sense of humor is very important, according to a survey by The Creative Group.


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