The power of imagination

Greaves, Sharon
February 2001
Marketing Event;Feb2001, p31
Provides information on the use of graphics design as tools in the exhibition industry. Significance of the medium in attracting the attention of consumers; Views on the behavior of teenage consumers; Use of multi-media graphics for brand name products.


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