Getting by on a venue menu

Greaves, Katy
February 2000
Marketing Event;Feb2000, p53
Focuses on the catering services and food standards in exhibition halls and venues in Great Britain. Complaints against the quality of catering services in exhibition venues; Problems encountered by caterers in delivering quality services; Efforts to improve catering services; Comparison of the costs of food being served in several exhibition venues.


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