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Author. Year. "Title." Accessed Month Date, Year. http://www.xxxxxx.
Ticketscript. 2016. "A look into the future of event technology for festivals." Accessed March 23, 2018. https://company.ticketscript.com/uk/future-of-event-technology-for-festivals/.
Author. Year. "Title." Last modified Month Day, Year. http://www.xxxxxx.
Ernst, Christopher and Donna Chrobot-Mason. 2017. "If the world is flat, why does it feel so bumpy?" Last modified December 2, 2017. http://www.ccl.org/leadership/enewsletter/2010/DECif.aspx.
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