Thellusson, James
March 2003
Brand Strategy;Mar2003, Issue 169, p36
Trade Publication
Focuses on the importance of a trusted brand in generating profit in Europe. Delivery of proven values to consumers; Enhancement of client loyalty; Increase of market share.


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