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Internet of packaging: Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing

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Internet of packaging : Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing. / Lydekaityte, Justina; Tambo, Torben.

Encyclopedia of Organizational Knowledge, Administration, and Technology. ed. / Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, USA : IGI global, 2020.

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

Harvard

Lydekaityte, J & Tambo, T 2020, Internet of packaging: Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing. in M Khosrow-Pour (ed.), Encyclopedia of Organizational Knowledge, Administration, and Technology. IGI global, Hershey, USA.

APA

Lydekaityte, J., & Tambo, T. (2020). Internet of packaging: Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing. In M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Organizational Knowledge, Administration, and Technology IGI global.

CBE

Lydekaityte J, Tambo T. 2020. Internet of packaging: Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing. Khosrow-Pour M, editor. In Encyclopedia of Organizational Knowledge, Administration, and Technology. Hershey, USA: IGI global.

MLA

Lydekaityte, Justina and Torben Tambo "Internet of packaging: Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing". Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi (ed.). Encyclopedia of Organizational Knowledge, Administration, and Technology. Chapter 141, Hershey, USA: IGI global. 2020.

Vancouver

Lydekaityte J, Tambo T. Internet of packaging: Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing. In Khosrow-Pour M, editor, Encyclopedia of Organizational Knowledge, Administration, and Technology. Hershey, USA: IGI global. 2020

Author

Lydekaityte, Justina ; Tambo, Torben. / Internet of packaging : Artifactual representation for bridging between digital marketing and physical retailing. Encyclopedia of Organizational Knowledge, Administration, and Technology. editor / Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, USA : IGI global, 2020.

Bibtex

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