Trade bodies take on training

Couldwell, Clive
November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p24
Talks about a formal training qualification for the events and exhibitions industry. Role of the Events Industry Training Organization; Reactions to the training initiative; Appeal of the information element of the program.


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