Euro shows doing well

January 2002
Marketing Event;Jan2002, p4
Reveals that the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States did not have adverse effects on exhibitions in Europe based on a research by Farrugia Leo Research & Consultancy. Number of organizers, visitors and venues that were included in the research; Percentage of visitors who had concerns over security at shows; Speakers at the company's meeting XM Europe in December 2001.


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