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By: In-business Wellington  06-Dec-2011

In Business | Archive for Better

6/09/11 •

When competing for a contract worth tens of millions, the pressure is on to come up with something different, something better, to set your company apart. But an all-new solution isn’t always the right answer. As print group Blue Star discovered, sometimes what it takes is a fresh approach to talking about what you’ve already got.

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