Display goes digital

Goddard, Charlotte
April 1999
Marketing Event;Apr99, p53
Provides information on the significance of digital technology on exhibitions in Great Britain. Digital technology as a promotional media; How digital technology help achieve marketing objectives; Assessment on the need of a digital on-stand video presentation.


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