June 2001
Marketing Event;Jun2001, p3
Editorial. Highlights the impact of the foot and mouth epidemic on exhibitions in Great Britain. Key factor that will determine the success of exhibitions; Action that must be taken in order to market Great Britain as a safe environment.


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