Rapier secures BAE show work

Reynolds, Emma
November 2001
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2001, p9
Reports on the awarding of the global exhibition business of the company BAE Systems to the advertising agency Rapier Design Group through competitive bidding as of November 2001. Responsibilities of the agency to BAE Systems; Reason of BAE Systems for choosing the agency instead of in-house event organizers; Initial show of the agency for BAE Systems in 2002.


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