Clark, Nicola
February 2012
Marketing (00253650);2/8/2012, Special Section p21
Trade Publication
The article discusses the idea that brands should not be afraid to make consumers wait for products and in some cases, denying the consumer access to the goods can increase the goods' value and marketability. INSETS: THE UPSHOT;G.M.O.O.T..


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