Agencies under the cosh

de Chenecey, Sean Pillot
August 2002
Brand Strategy;Aug2002, Issue 162, p35
Trade Publication
Explores ways in which advertising agencies can address consumer apathy. Signs of consumer apathy towards creative work; Extent of client dissatisfaction with advertising agencies; Effectiveness of the use of branded content; Changes in advertising methodologies.


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