Lastminute.com introduces new brand positioning

April 2013
Marketing Week (Online Edition);4/22/2013, p2
Trade Publication
The article offers information on Lastminute.com's Love Living Lastminute, the online travel and leisure retailer's brand strapline that aims to celebrate spontaneity and take the brand back to its roots.


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