Thank You for Your Readership!

by | Dec 28, 2017 | Uncategorized

As we come to the close of 2017, your Six Degrees team is taking this opportunity – usually reserved for publishing a new post – to say thank you to our regular blog readers.

We appreciate your interest in our views and want you to know that your subscription to our blog spurs us on to share what we think and feel about the world of branding, marketing and market research. You can always catch up on any posts you may have missed by checking out the Perspectives page on our website.

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May you have a relaxing and refreshing holiday season! We’ll be back in 2018.

The Six Degrees Blog Team

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