Netting leads for your database

Couldwell, Clive
June 1997
Marketing Event;Jun97, p18
Focuses on the use of lead collection systems to take advantage of various business opportunities. Types of leads; Technological devices in collecting events leads; Levels of leads services offered; Importance of follow-up of events leads. INSET: Datacapture: The organiser replies..


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