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  • Packaging is proven to influence purchase decisions
  • Packaging is proven to influence purchase decisions
    Chase Elliott Clark (2011) ©
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Packaging is proven to influence purchase decisions

Whether it’s the curving red typeface pasted across the glass of a Coca-Cola bottle, or the sharp curves of a Toblerone triangle, well-designed packaging is hard to forget. And research conducted by Nielsen suggests that it’s even more influential than marketers imagined.

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