Travel show set to welcome record exhibitors

May 2001
Marketing Event;May2001, p7
States that a record number of exhibitors from different countries will attend the European Incentive, Business Travel and Meetings (EIBTM) exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 29-31, 2001. Estimation on the number of exhibitors; Manager of EIBTM.


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