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January 2007
Irish Food;Winter2006/2007, p20
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The article highlights the sixth Food and Drink Industry Day organized by Bord Bia held at the IMI Conference Centre in Dublin, Ireland. A series of seminars delivered by key food industry and retail figures were incorporated in the event. A seminar on the importance of building food and drink brands and the value of brands was delivered by John Fanning, chairman of McConnells Advertising. INSET: Marketplace Ireland 2007.


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