Resolving the staff dilemma

Creevy, Jennifer
February 1999
Marketing Event;Feb99, p61
Provides information on the advantages and disadvantages of using agency staff rather than company employees and staff, during an exhibition. Reasons for outsourcing; Comments from David Overington, client services director at field marketing agency FDS; Views of Showstaff and Gems Agency, specialist staffing agencies, as to why staff are invaluable.


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