Anderson, Teresa
August 2002
Brand Strategy;Aug2002, Issue 162, p37
Trade Publication
Corrects common misconceptions about marketing to low-income consumers in Great Britain. Comparison with affluent consumers in terms of discretionary spending; Fundamental aspirations; Degree of brand loyalty.


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