Unicef hunts shop to extend gifts scheme

Kemp, Ed
April 2008
Marketing (00253650);4/23/2008, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of Unicef to look for an agency which will that could help them promote their Inspired Gifts scheme, its virtual gift-giving project in Great Britain. According to the article, the program enables donors to give assorted items for children and allows users to make a gift list for a special event. In addition, it relates that the chosen group will create a primary creative concept for Unicef as well as provide an online promotion for them.


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