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“As a result, I was talking to my friends at Asite about some kind of cross-promotion between the two events, and I am hopeful that we may be able to feature a speaker from BuildLONDONlive at one of the Be2camp sessions.”
“Today, almost every music venue, festival etc depends on corporate sponsorship and cross-promotion ie advertising.”
“For the book effort, Mr. Brown said cross-promotion with the music label will include inviting authors out on stage during concerts, and having the label's performers attend events for new titles.”
“Discovery will provide network services, including affiliate sales and technical support functions, as well as 3D television rights to Discovery content and cross-promotion across its portfolio of 13 U.S. television networks.”
“Sony will provide advertising/sponsorship sales support, and will seek to license television rights to current and future 3D feature films, music-related 3D content and game-related 3D content, while providing cross-promotion at retail stores.”
“Perhaps parents or guardians can shed light to the world we live in whereby cross-promotion, creative licensing and joint ventures are entrepreneur spirit that are not taught in school.”
“It was a cross-promotion that was so savory, it snagged the participation of several New York [...] 5 Things That Make Me Stop Reading Websites & Blogs”
“It was a cross-promotion that was so savory, it snagged the participation of several New York Times bestselling authors.”
“Negotiations took place to ensure we would release it as the first single from the album in June of 2003, and Justin would release his album that August, to avoid a clash and yet provide some element of cross-promotion.”
“The “triple-threat push” is a way to release 3 books on the same day and use cross-promotion to get a great audience for these novels”
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