- /ˌkɔ:p(ə)rət 'ædvətaɪzɪŋ/ nounthe advertising of an organisation rather than a product● Our corporate advertising is designed to present us as a caring organisation.● No amount of corporate advertising will ever persuade the consumer that the company stands for quality.
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