CHA members get protection

April 1999
Marketing Event;Apr99, p6
Announces the launching of a global bonding scheme by the Corporate Hospitality & Event Association to protect clients' hospitality investments. Estimated amount to be received by full members of the association; Comments from the chairman, Charles Webb.


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