Moving on to centre-stage

Clarke, Simon
July 1998
Marketing Event;Jul/Aug98, p40
Reports that music festivals are being reborn as branded events. Why big brands are funding or creating live events; Cost implications involved in making the choice between sponsoring an event and creating one; Comments from events industry executives. INSET: Case study: Holsten and Pride.


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