IPC in talks over brand licensing

Reynolds, Emma
January 2002
Marketing Event;Jan2002, p4
Reports on the talks between IPC Media and several major organizers in Great Britain about licensing IPC brands for future events as of January 2002. Events and exhibition arm of IPC which was shut by AOL Time Warner; Functions of IPC as licenser.


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