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VISITORS UP 18 PER CENT AT EXCEL OUTDOOR SHOWS
posted on: 2013-02-01 11:37:01
Nearly 38,000 visitors came to the co-located The London Bike Show, The Outdoors Show and The Active Travel Show held at Excel in January, according to organiser VOS Media.

BRIGHTON ROCKS WITH RENOVATED CENTRE
posted on: 2013-01-30 09:13:24
The Brighton Centre has reported a significant increase in bookings and enquiries, with £125m of business in 2012.

Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring has been hailed a success despite being pitched against a background of tough economic times and bad weather.

Global exhibition association UFI claims there is a clear shift in exhibition industry growth rates from Asia to the Americas, two regions that recovered well from the global financial crisis in 2010 and 2011.

CENTAUR AIMS FOR BUMPER SHOW IN 2013
posted on: 2012-12-20 17:05:54
Centaur Exhibitions is claiming it will hold its biggest ever National Homebuilding and Renovating Show when it returns to the NEC in March.

The chief executive of Nineteen Events Peter Jones took his role at EN’s first Dragons Den event to heart, investing £10,000 in a "wacky" show idea based around life-changing resolutions.

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