EVA prepares export lobby

May 2000
Marketing Event;May2000, p6
Discusses the preparations made by the Exhibition Venues Association (EVA) to lobby the English government over the needs of the exhibition industry. Aims of the export priorities campaign planned by EVA; Issues to be addressed at the campaign.


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