Marcom lifts lid on live arm

April 2001
Marketing Event;Apr2001, p4
Reports the launch of Sprout, a division of Marcom Presentations which will focus on live communication solutions in Great Britain. Executives who will manage the division; What the name Sprout reflects.


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