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What are the trends in Singapore's Marketing?

In the world of technology, things are constantly changing. And the same can also be said for the world of marketing and advertising. This is why I want to be aware of the latest trends in Singapore. I want to know more about the popular marketing trends in Singapore and what makes them a popular trend.

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    The current trend is to recognize the power of the consumer. The world of social media i growing and could help businesses grow but could also damage it. They understand that one complaint from one customer, could potentially go viral and the damage could be irreparable as Singaporeans give more weight to online reviews.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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