Survey reveals training dearth

Fletcher, Mike
September 2001
Marketing Event;Sep2001, p21
Focuses on the results of the 2001 `Marketing Event' salary and lifestyle survey. Percentage of respondents who said the company they worked for has no form of in-house training; Percentage of male and female respondents of the survey; Trends in the increase in overseas events and Internet use.


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