High hopes for future

Cook, Alyson
May 1997
Marketing Event;May97, p14
Discusses the expectations of various events industry heads concerning the British government following the 1997 elections. Includes Avenue exhibitions managing director Ian Allchild; RT Display Systems managing director Richard Armitage; M&IT Show director Penny Hanson.


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