Judging the halls of fame

October 1998
Marketing Event;Oct98, p51
Discusses the responses to a survey on exhibition organizers aimed to gauge the performance of certain show favorites in areas such as catering, signage and transport. Analysis on food served from several venues in Great Britain; Emphasis on user-friendliness; Accessibility to public transport.


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