Shows set to target PR firms

November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p10
Talks about two trade shows aimed at marketers and public relations professionals. Information on Centre Exhibitions' Marketing Your Business show; Details on RJA Events' PR Showcase; Comments from Andrea Buxton, exhibition sales manager, Centre Exhibitions.


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