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Advertising and brand trust: perspectives from the UK and Italy.
Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Corporate and Marketing Communication: Responsible Communication - Past, Present, Future.
Italy: University of Salerno. 9788890687365.
Implementation of integrated marketing communications: whose responsibility is it?
Marketing Relevance: Academy of Marketing Conference Proceedings.
University of South Wales: Academy of Marketing.
"IMC is dead. Long live IMC": Academics' versus practitioners' views.
Journal of Marketing Management.
(13/14), pp. 1464-1478. 0267-257X.
“IMC is dead. Long live IMC”: Academics' versus practitioners’ views.
Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Conference 2011: Marketing Fields Forever.
Liverpool: Academy of Marketing. 9780956112234.
The management of corporate personality: An IMC perspective.
Proceedings of the 47th Academy of Marketing Conference, AM2014: Marketing Dimensions: People, Places and Spaces.
Bournemouth: Academy of Marketing. 9781858993010.
Trust me I'm an advert! How to create a trusting brand identity through advertising.
Proceedings of ICORIA 2012.
Stockholm, Sweden: European Advertising Academy.
The internal and external challenges facing clients in implementing IMC.
European Journal of Marketing.
Barriers to the implementation of Integrated Marketing Communications: the client perspective.
Proceedings of Academy of Marketing Conference 2012.
Southampton: Academy of Marketing. 9780854329472.
Understanding advertisements: how difficult should it be?
Proceedings of American Academy of Advertising European Conference 2010.
Milan, Italy: American Academy of Advertising.
Surrogate brands - the pull to adopt an ‘other’ nation; via sports merchandise.
Paper presented to:
Academy of Marketing Annual Conference 2009, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, 07-09 July 2009
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