Is Management Involvement in Integrated Marketing Communications Reasonable?
From 1989, when researchers at Northwestern University developed the first definition of integrated marketing communications (IMC), this concept evolved from tactical coordination of marketing communication activities to strategic, measurable, customer-oriented approach in integrated communication planning.
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