Service alert at London venues

January 2000
Marketing Event;Jan2000, p10
Deals with a survey by Managing the Service Business (MSB) on the decline in the customer service standards in London, England over the millennium which could have a detrimental effect on venues in 2000. When the standards dropped; Rating of pubs; Remarks from Don Porter, MSB joint managing director.


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