After decades of leading the way with its traditional vertical marketing approach, Proctor and Gamble (P&G), a US based manufacturer found its sales volumes flattening and profit margins sinking and in 2000 a stock price fall of 43%. In response P&G re-invigorated its vertical marketing efforts, and moved to a more lateral marketing strategy by collaborating with competitors, defining brands more broadly, and finding innovation in the form of new products, new markets and new technologies from o...

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