Non-sponsors take advantage of stringent Olympic rules
By John Owens Friday, 27 July 2012 08:05AM
Tight regulation of sponsorship around the Olympic Games has actually allowed non-sponsors to take advantage, sports communicators have argued in PRWeek's latest podcast.
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