Budget worries and liaison top stress poll

April 2001
Marketing Event;Apr2001, p10
Deals with the findings of a telephone survey of event organizers in Great Britain. Budget problems of business organizers which handle less than 50 events annually; Impact of venue liaison on organizers.


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