advertising division


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Noun1.advertising division - the division of a business that is responsible for advertising
business department - a division of a business firm
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Additionally, the company operates a full-service graphic design, marketing, and advertising division as well as comprehensive direct mail services.
Javellana began her career with the paper in May 1989 as a supplements writer in the advertising division. She pounded the beat as a reporter from April 1990 onward, becoming Reporter 4 in August 1999.
headquarters for 34 years in the Catalog Advertising Division and later joined the Better Business Bureau of Chicago handling Advertising Review and Community Relations.
Amazon Web Services provides cloud computing services to companies and governments, and Amazon's advertising division makes billions selling ads to companies that want their products to show up when shoppers search on the site.
Amazon Web Services provides cloud computing services to companies and governments, and Amazon's advertising division makes billions by selling ads to companies that want their products to show up when shoppers search on the site.
Since 2005, he has led Cox Media, Inc., the advertising division of Cox Communications.
The advertising law prohibits alcohol advertising on Internet on the general, including on social media, Nazina Alikulova, Antimonopoly Regulation Agency's advertising division chief, told Tazabek.
Swedish pharmaceutical company Moberg Pharma AB (STO: MOB) announced on Monday the receipt of a positive outcome from the NAD (National Advertising Division) regarding a challenge filed on Fungi-Nail, reportedly the largest US.
Also, George Anghelcev, who will join NU-Q this year, will host a session of the organization's advertising division.
Contacted for comment, Nedalin Miranda, TPB officer in charge for the Marketing Communications Department and Brand Management and Advertising Division, admitted 'oversight on our part' for failing to renew the Web-hosting services, and denied this was an 'intentional' act, as an official of the Tourism Congress of the Philippines suggested.

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