NPower in agency hunt

Owens, John
November 2012
PRWeek (London);11/16/2012, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of NPower Ltd. which is searching for a public relations agency as part of its brand repositioning despite news that it will terminate its sponsorship of the National Football League.


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