Hard core for Apple Expo

Mistry, Bhavna
March 1997
Marketing Event;Mar1997, p30
Focuses on the Apple Expo exhibition in Great Britain which is dedicated to the Macintosh platform. Success of the show despite Apple Computers' declining financial performance; Participation of major competitor Microsoft Corp. in the show; Show marketing strategies.


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