Fine-tuning formats, changing dates and venues, attracting more supermarket retailers and just struggling to survive describes the directions major nonfood trade shows are taking in 1996. Nonfood buyers will have one less show to attend next year now that the Food Marketing Institute, Washington, has decided to disband its General Merchandise and Health and Beauty Care Conference. Following is a rundown of conference and show plans from the trade associations catering to HBC, general ...
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