Fragrance Firms Should Consult Psychologists, Sociologists For New Ideas
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Fragrance companies should rely less on market research and more on input from experts on human behavior to guide their development programs, according to Annette Green, president emeritus of the Fragrance Foundation
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