Putting a stop to the copycats

Couldwell, Clive
February 1999
Marketing Event;Feb99, p22
Provides information on measures exhibitions organizers are taking to protect exhibitors from plagiarism during these events. Pre-selection process faced by exhibitors at 100% Design; Technological advances in brand name protection.


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