Calling matchmakers--the industry needs you

Hatfield, Colin
November 2001
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2001, p9
Focuses on the need for agents in advertising as of November 2001. Reason for the need; Ideas in pooling advertising agencies for companies; Factors to success for agents.


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