A stakeholder centric approach

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Bostock, James 2014. A stakeholder centric approach. in: Goodfellows.
AuthorsBostock, James
KeywordsStakeholder models; Events management; Event research; Locality; Stakeholder engagement
Year2014
PublisherGoodfellows
ISBN9781910158074
9781910158081
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/621255
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