Event personnel mirror qualities of Team GB

Bull, Rachel
September 2012
Event;Sep2012, p18
The article focuses on the significance of event personnel in the success of the London 2012 Olympics in England. Jason Megson, head of experiential at OgilvyAction, believes that there will be better venue management, technical expertise and creative innovation after the Olympics. Gallowglass managing director Nick Grecian hopes to retain event personnel who showed potential during the Olympics.


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