Corporate Brand Orientation: What Is It? What of It?
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This article advances the brand orientation notion as it applies to corporate brands via the introduction and explication of what the author calls corporate brand orientation. A corporate brand orientation represents a logical development, if not a logical dénouement, of the brand orientation notion introduced by Urde (1994).
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