A matter of appeal

Light, Elizabeth
September 1997
NZ Marketing Magazine;Sep97, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p20
Discusses the hardships faced by charities and not-for-profit organizations in New Zealand. Need for a balance marketing spend; Requirement of tight financial accountability to protect the image of the organization; Problems with annual appeals; Costs of recruiting media participation.


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