Advertising for : 'AN INVITATION TO DANCE!'

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Industry of the client: Banking & Financials
Service provided: Advertising
Tags: Commercials Archive, DM, Hospitals, Healthcare facilities, Medical Services, Paul Hartmann Adverts
Rapp Collins Worldwide, based at City of Yarra, Australia has been asked to develop AN INVITATION TO DANCE! for their brand Paul HartmannProduct: Hartmann Incontinence Management System in 2008. This customer case is known in the marketing & communication market for Commercials Archive, DM, Hospitals, Healthcare facilities, Medical Services, Paul Hartmann Adverts.

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