A problem shared

Fletcher, Mike
November 2001
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2001, p45
Focuses on the cooperation between event venues and organizers in promoting shows in Great Britain as of November 2001. Advantage of cooperating in the promotion of shows; Aim in cooperating; How the Wembley Exhibition and Conference Centre and the Wembley Arena aid organizers in promoting shows. INSET: Case study: International Classic Motor Show.


Related Articles

  • CONVENTION-AL WISDOM. Herthel, P. // Greater Games Industry Catalog;Spring2014, Issue 28, p18 

    The article provides tips on how to get involved with conventions in the games industry. Tips include the creation of proper expectations in the event, the purchase of advertising in the program book, and the promotion of its publicity and sponsorship. Also mentioned is the significance of...

  • In The Mix. Jackson, Nancy Mann // Expo Magazine;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p19 

    The article focuses on the organization of portions of an exhibit hall at National Association of Realtors' (NAR) annual event into networking pavillions. This initiative aimed to make it easier for the event's attendees to find and connect with those with like interests. It was claimed that the...

  • Space shortage predicted for UK. Cook, Alyson // Marketing Event;Feb97, p7 

    Focuses on a report predicting a shortage in exhibition space in Great Britain. Failure to meet increasing demand for exhibition space; Opportunity for unusual venues to meet demand for events; Wider price range for organizers.

  • Wembley lines up major IT upgrade. White, Sara // Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2000, p13 

    Reports on the plans of Wembley Conference Centre in England to provide Internet high-speed data throughout the complex. Results of the review of the complex's technical facilities; Impact of the plans on organizers of special events.

  • L'architecture parlante. Stephens, S. // Architectural Record;Aug1989, Vol. 177 Issue 9, p57 

    Reviews the recently completed Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, designed by Montreal architect Peter Rose, in collaboration with the Centre's founder and director Phyllis Lambert.

  • Networking: Art exhibit spaces. Mulder, Karen L. // Christianity Today;4/8/96, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p83 

    Lists a sampling of exhibition spaces which welcome art involving Christian themes. Contact information.

  • Fun with food exhibition.  // National Geographic World;Apr87, Issue 140, p25 

    The Ontario Science Center (Canada) had a special show called, `Food' which had exhibits, displays, games and facts related to food. Food consumption; Nutrition; Fish raising in silos; Hydroponics; Old-fashioned and modern methods of food preparation.

  • The last frontier. Nasatir, Judith // Interior Design;Jul95, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p27 

    Presents information on a series of exhibitions to be held by the Canadian Centre for Architecture on American architecture. Information on schedule of exhibitions; Contact number.

  • The Canadian Centre for Architecture Garden. Charney, Melvin // Massachusetts Review;Spring/Summer90, Vol. 31 Issue 1/2, p201 

    Presents information on the Canadian Centre for Architecture Garden. Description of Garden; Significance of the use of native plants and trees; Description of where it is situated; Details of other issues pertaining to the garden.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics