Cable & Wireless lifts profile

April 1998
Marketing Event;Apr98, p8
Reports that telecommunication firm Cable & Wireless, one of the exhibitors at Emap Media's rebranded Production Show in March 1998, was seeking to increase awareness of its launched media division. Reason behind the launched media division.


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