Miller Freeman buys BDC bash

May 1998
Marketing Event;May98, p7
Reports on the assets and brand name of London Music Week from the Business Design Center acquired by `Music Week' publisher Miller Freeman. Reason for the cancellation of the event; Remarks from Andy Sandford, head of communications.


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