Directors ask for full service

November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p10
Talks about the survey commissioned by Gardner Merchant Leisure (GLM) on services preferred by marketing directors when it comes to buying corporate hospitality. Percentage of managers that used agencies for hospitality; Percentage of managers who want a start-to-finish service; Service launched by GLM.


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