London alliances

McLuhan, Rob
January 2000
Marketing Event;Jan2000, p39
Reports on the partnerships being formed by the exhibition and conferencing sector in London, England aimed to create channels capable of influencing policy in their favor. Alliance of Wembley with London First; Advantages of membership for those in the club; Issues venue marketers are looking to put on the government's agenda; Details on British Tourism Partnerships.


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