THE CONSUMERS' ROLE IN COLLABORATIVE MARKETING

| July 7, 2016

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In Collaborative Marketing campaigns consumers will…who are involved in product development from early on. By working with your most engaged customers from the start, you can base your decisions on real-life insights and you’ll know there’s an enthusiastic customer base ready to buy as soon as your product launches.

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