TEC direct to hire education market specialist to boost sales

July 1997
Electronic Education Report;07/23/97, Vol. 4 Issue 14, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that the Edutainment catalog company TEC Direct, formerly The Edutainment Co., is moving into the school market. Telemarketing effort of the company; Types of software that TEC markets; TEC recorded revenues in 1995 and `96.


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