Internet reaches more people and cuts travel

Brown, Kim
November 2001
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2001, p16
Focuses on the role of the Internet in on-line events as of November 2001. Effect of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States on international businesses and travel; Discussion on commerce in a global market; Purpose of on-line events.


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