Innocent highlights charity work in marketing strategy rethink

January 2014
Marketing (00253650);1/1/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses an advertising campaign of the Innocent Drinks company which, as of January 2014, emphasizes charitable contributions as a marketing strategy.


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