Third wave of branding

Bayley, Michael; Stoughton, David
October 2002
Brand Strategy;Oct2002, Issue 164, p28
Trade Publication
Outlines customer relations schemes for service brands in Great Britain. Importance of information and communication in the delivery of services; Implications of the automation of services; Illustration of information service alignment.


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