Marketing and Sourcing Collaboration Part 1

In this series of video clips, Source One’s Kathleen Jordan looks at benefits sourcing can provide to marketing professionals to help alleviate challenges and burdens that marketing tends to face when overseeing agency relationships and managing significant budgets. Part 1 identifies trends in the sourcing and marketing relationship.

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