Clow, Kenneth E.; Baack, Donald
March 2005
Concise Encyclopedia of Advertising;2005, p48
Reference Entry
The article presents an encyclopedia entry about cooperative branding. This type of branding is a form of co-branding wherein there is a joint venture of brands into a new good or service. It purpose is to build on the strength of all of the brands involved in the venture.


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