The Resource Tech building brands with celebrity star power
- Tech building brands with celebrity star power
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- Walter Delph, CEO at Ad.ly examines the trend of tech companies relying on celebrities to build their brand and connect with consumers. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's 'Bloomberg West.'
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