Heritage or has-been?

Ingram, Toby
January 2003
Brand Strategy;Jan2003, Issue 167, p30
Trade Publication
Investigates how the heritage concept works and sometimes not in some brands. Information of brands that contain heritage concepts; Advantages of using the heritage in designing any marketing strategies; Factors contributing to the success of brands aside from heritage.


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