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Thousands of 'festival' tents destined for landfill

Thousands of 'festival' tents destined for landfill | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
Festival organisers say recycling is too costly as muddy conditions and cheap tents lead to thousands being discarded
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Glastonbury suffers from festival effect

Glastonbury suffers from festival effect | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
The Glastonbury Festival means mixed news for traders in the town from which it takes its name. Although the days immediately preceding and following the festival bring a surge in business, during the...
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A Festival for business

A Festival for business | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
Each year festival season seems to get bigger and better, with this year’s Glastonbury a reminder of the scale of the business enterprise.  Before you read on, have a guess at what are some of the biggest jobs for suppliers to the event..
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Growing campervan firm expands into new Ilkley base - Wharfedale Observer

Growing campervan firm expands into new Ilkley base - Wharfedale Observer | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
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Growing campervan firm expands into new Ilkley base
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A retro campervan company is hoping “flower power” and this year's Glastonbury Festival will help it enjoy a thriving 2013 from its new Ilkley base.
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Glastonbury festival 2013 sold out of tickets in 1hr 40mins this morning.Organi...

Glastonbury festival 2013 sold out of tickets in 1hr 40mins this morning.Organi... | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
Glastonbury festival 2013 sold out of tickets in 1hr 40mins this morning.

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Information - Economic impact survey 2007

Information - Economic impact survey 2007 | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
The Official Glastonbury Festival Website. Economic impact survey 2007
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Glastonbury 2012 cancelled due to lack of portaloos and police - Telegraph

Glastonbury 2012 cancelled due to lack of portaloos and police - Telegraph | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
Glastonbury 2012 has been cancelled due to a lack of Portaloos and police officers caused by the London Olympics.
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Glastonbury, rain, mud, abandoned tents and negative externalities.

Glastonbury, rain, mud, abandoned tents and negative externalities. | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
The Glastonbury Festival provides plenty of examples of negative and positive externalities, and as one errant pupil discovered to his cost ten years ago, an unwelcome opportunity for creative writing on Cost Benefit Analysis..
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Glastonbury festival 2013 line-up announced

Glastonbury festival 2013 line-up announced | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it
Rolling Stones, Nick Cave, Phoenix, Portishead, Smashing Pumpkins, Elvis Costello & more announced for Glastonbury 2013.

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Music and mud: Glastonbury Festival 2011

Music and mud: Glastonbury Festival 2011 | Market Failure - Glastonbury Festival | Scoop.it

Glastonbury, a festival held at Worthy Farm in England, has become Europe's largest such gathering for music fans. Its five-day run ended Sunday, after entertaining nearly 175,000 fans. Heavy rain and mud greeted the attendees, who paid 195 pounds (about $310) for a basic ticket compared to the 1 pound when the show began in 1970.The next festival will take place in 2013. - Lloyd Young (35 photos total)


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