Wembley snares CI in pound 4.5m deal

White, Sara
November 2000
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2000, p10
Reports that Wembley Event Management Services (WEMS) has bought corporate hospitality and event management specialist Corporate Innovations (CI). Cost of the acquisition; Potential benefits of the purchase to WEMS; Profit of CI for the year ended September 30, 2000.


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