David Walley

White, Sara
May 2001
Marketing Event;May2001, p25
Features David Walley, head of the the Arena Event Services company in Great Britain. Background of Walley; Groups which comprise the company; Impact of the foot-and-mouth disease on the company; Business plans of Arena.


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