Beyond the millennium

Goddard, Charlotte
September 1999
Marketing Event;Sep99, p45
Looks at the prediction in exhibitions in Europe for the 21st century. Emphasis of event marketing in the century; Details on the first Expo of the millennium in Germany; When is the opening of the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco; Prediction on Italian venues.


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