There is no doubt that governments, scientific teams, specialists in the theory as well as in manufacturing, business and communication and the practice of the countries undergoing the current crisis seek all possibilities to contribute to the economic recovery and help start the expected economic growth. We can see different opinions in the communication theory and practice about the level of intensity in the use of marketing communications at this turbulent time. The paper strongly suggests it is right to seek the competitive advantage in this situation and by a strategically thought out and creatively perfectly managed communication prepare good starting points for the post-crisis stage in the development of the economic life of the country.
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