Does it work when a company claims “green” credentials in its advertising?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Andy Rice, Branding and Advertising Expert.
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It works if your green claims are authentic.— Andy Rice (branding and advertising expert )
Volkswagen is now seen as a cheating brand.— Andy Rice (branding and advertising expert )
Ford, Toyota, Honda and Nissan are the best “green” motoring brands. Volkswagen is nowhere near them.— Andy Rice (branding and advertising expert )
Studies show that consumers will choose green credentials when all other things are equal.— Andy Rice (branding and advertising expert )
The Body Shop ticks all the boxes.— Andy Rice (branding and advertising expert )
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