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- Earl's Court Olympia announces 5m development programme. // Pro Sound News;Oct96, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p36
Reports on the plans of London's Earl's Court Olympia to invest funds into live events as part of a building improvement programme. Past investments made by the group; Information on major projects for 1996.
- ECO has stake in launch pair. // Marketing Event;Jul/Aug2001, p7
Reports on the participation of Earls Court and Olympia Group (ECO) in the NexTech 2002 and SX 2002 exhibitions. Role of ECO in the exhibitions; Information on NexTech 2002.
- ECO unveils first phase of new-look web site. // Marketing Event;Jul/Aug2001, p17
Reports on the launching of the revamped Web site of Earls Court and Olympia in 2001. Contents of the Web site; Services provided to exhibitors and organizers.
- Food for thought. Pickard, Jane // People Management;10/05/95, Vol. 1 Issue 20, p30
Explains the philosophy of Richard Tate of Earl's Court Olympia catering, a man who values temporary workers and believes in training and developing them. Contents of the leaflet which is given to anyone interested in a job at Earl's Court; Tate's establishment of a `loyalty' program; Six-tier...
- The Morris manifesto. Mistry, Bhavna // Marketing Event;Nov/Dec99, p25
Outlines the plans of the Morris brothers, owners of Earls Court & Olympia Group, for the London, England exhibition venues. Management changes; Projected benefits of the company's improvement programme; Explanation from Morris.
- Logos launch for ECO Group. // Marketing Event;Feb2000, p6
Reports that exhibition organizers Earls Court and Olympia Group has rebranded its logos outlining its individual brands. Designer of the logo; Remarks from Andrew Morris, chief executive of Earls Court and Olympia Group.
- Earls Court slams rumour. // Marketing Event;Oct97, p4
Reports that the Earls Court Olympia company has denied rumors that it is for sale. Comment of Hugh Scrimgeour, director of the company on the rumors; Reported turnover of the company's other service businesses in 1996.
- ECO sells catering arm in high street switch. Fletcher, Mike // Marketing Event;Jun2000, p5
Reports on the decision of Earls Court and Olympia (ECO) in London, England to sell its in-house catering company Beeton Rumford. Comments from ECO Group chief executive, Andrew Morris; Statement from Andy Hardy, who bought the company; Functions of the catering company.
- Welcome to the smart age. McLuhan, Rob // Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2000, p31
Looks at the efforts of exhibition/conference venues in Great Britain to upgrade their information technology equipment and facilities. Components of the communication infrastructure of Excel in London, England; Amount invested by Earls Court and Olympia Group to offer Internet connectivity in...