LONDON -- Some companies build corporate spirit with dinner parties and seasonal gifts -- others, such as Pick 'n Pay in South Africa, do it with AIDS counseling. "We have over 1,000 AIDS peer educators, who not only work within Pick 'n Pay but also in their communities, along with making anti-retroviral drugs available to our staff," said Sean Summers, chief executive officer Pick 'n Pay, who spoke during a CIES Marketing Forum discussion here about generating growth. Along with Summers, ...

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