Shows get larger share of budgets

Goddard, Charlotte
June 1999
Marketing Event;Jun99, p13
Deals with a study conducted by Erdos and Morgan regarding trade show spending in the United States. Percentage of business-to-business budgets allotted to trade show; Total trade exhibition spending in 1997; Businesses surveyed by the study.


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