EVA to spotlight SMEs

May 1998
Marketing Event;May98, p4
Presents information on a research program to be spearheaded by the Exhibitions Venue Association (EVA) on persuading small and medium-sized firms to exhibit. Plans for the research; Reason for the research; Remarks from John Cole, corporate development manager for the NEC and deputy chairman of EVA; Funding of the research.


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