Are branded content capable of increasing a brand’s inclusivity?

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Al-Abdulrazak, R. 2023. Are branded content capable of increasing a brand’s inclusivity? in: Canter, A. and Turzynski, G. (ed.) Twenty Years, Another Branded Content Story: A Collection Of Thought Provoking Essays From Leading Branded Content And Influencer Marketing Experts The Branded Content Marketing Association (BCMA).
AuthorsAl-Abdulrazak, R.
EditorsCanter, A. and Turzynski, G.
Book titleTwenty Years, Another Branded Content Story: A Collection Of Thought Provoking Essays From Leading Branded Content And Influencer Marketing Experts
Year2023
PublisherThe Branded Content Marketing Association (BCMA)
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Print12 Jun 2023
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Deposited07 Aug 2023
ISBN9798398184181
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