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With a client like P you’ve got a lot of strong brands to work with and even better a company willing to spend money on nontraditional forms of advertising. Does size really matter when it comes to which companies are willing to develop branded entertainment ? “Size does matter but content providers are getting savvier about how they define it. Increasingly, they understand the value of exposure at retail and via massive distribution networks.
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The revelation that the complainants in the case were New Democratic Party MPs came from the NDP itself. Representatives of the party quietly revealed to the media that members of their own caucus had made the allegations against Pacetti and Andrews. One of their MPs, a lawyer, even decreed that a crime had taken place.
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Even when it comes yoga, they seem quite upbeat,” says the 33 year old. Planning to increase their staff size from the present 10 members, Semwal adds, “Looking at the foot fall, I guess we will have to do that very soon.” Believing that tailor made therapies for people with different problems is what works nowadays, the manager says, “It is important to offer personalised care and understand what ails an individual’s body. The time of one therapy fits all is long gone,” he explains.