Made to measure strategies

Mortimer, Ruth
October 2005
Brand Strategy;Oct2005, Issue 196, p18
Trade Publication
Interviews Thuy Tranthi, president of the clothing company, Thomas Pink, on the company's expansion plans in the United States. Brand positioning strategy of the company around the world; Marketing channels that work best for Thomas Pink; Importance of brand partnerships on Thomas Pink.


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