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Jones, Morag Cuddeford
January 2003
Brand Strategy;Jan2003, Issue 167, p22
Trade Publication
Analyzes the condition of customer service sector in Great Britain. Characteristics of British consumers; Factors contributing to the continuous occurrence of poor quality of customer services in the area; Challenges faced by marketing executives to response to the expectations of consumers.


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