A new approach to the corporate image management process

  title={A new approach to the corporate image management process},
  author={P. S. B. Shee and Russell Abratt},
  journal={Journal of Marketing Management},
The author analyses the conceptual development of the corporate image process. Emphasis is placed on the difference between corporate image, corporate identity and corporate philosophy. These concepts are combined into a new process for the development image in the eyes of an organisation's publics. 
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