BA uses face-to-face tactics

November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p4
Talks about the tactic that British Airways used to launch its World Traveler service. Details on the launch; Description of the staff event; Number of people who attended the launch; Comments from British Airways' event manager Louise Burns.


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