Out-of-Site, Out-of-Mind

February 2001
Caribbean Business;2/27/2001, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p52
Focuses on information technology advances in the marketing and advertising industries in the Caribbean Area in 2001. Industry changes brought about by information technology; Overview on the efforts of local industry players in installing information technology; Response of customers to information technology advances in such industry sector. INSET: THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX.


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