Imark men set up Revolution

June 1999
Marketing Event;Jun99, p6
Reports that Richard Tribe and Nick Litton, two directors of Imark Communications, have left the firm to start their own events organizing agency. Name of the agency established by Tribe and Litton; Strategy of his own agency in organizing special events according to Tribe.


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