A Trip Through the Trade Show 2007

Stockand, Robyn
August 2007
Feliciter;2007, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p199
The author focuses on her experiences attending the 2007 trade show of the Canadian Library Association. At the trade floor, she noticed Counting Opinions Ltd.' products LibSat which allows customers to enter comments about libraries in an unstructured way. She pointed how majority of exhibitors were putting emphasis on business resources.


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