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The Importance of Brand Consistency in the Supply Chain

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sophia218
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sophia218   1/25/2018 8:24:43 AM
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Agree with your say sir, but brands operating in the same field can operate similar strategy with little modifications too. Like, the first operating in telecom sector can have similar strategy at some level and for the competitive advantage, they can use strategies they are experts in like we do on 

tomwoodie
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Unique brand
tomwoodie   1/24/2018 11:19:00 AM
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Yeah, but every brand is unique, so all of us need to make own strategy



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