Troubled Wems merged with CI

Fletcher, Mike
May 2001
Marketing Event;May2001, p4
Reports the move of the Wembley company to merge its Wembley Event Management Services (WEMS) with Corporate Innovations (CI), the live events consultancy it acquired in October 2000. Reason for the move of Wembley; Planned relocation of the WEMS staff to CI offices.


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