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The Death of the Chairman’s Whim

  MRM’s The Death of the Chairman’s Whim: Making the most of your sponsorships in a digital age brings together some of the finest minds in brand and communications to lift the lid on the future of sponsorships. Read it here.

The Death of the Chairman's Whim

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