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Exhibition News March 2015
March 2015

Brintex has claimed this year’s parking industry trade show Parkex in London was its best in terms of square metres sold.

Councillors for the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (LBHF) have agreed to proceed with the sale of residential land for Earls Court’s regeneration despite significant local resident objections.

Diversified Business Communications MD Carsten Holm has attributed a slight drop in visitor numbers at this year’s Natural and Organic Products Europe show to a concerted effort to replace quantity with quality.

A new show launching at The International Centre in Telford claims to have sold more than half its total floor plan one year out.

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The organiser of A Place in the Sun is reducing its NEC show footprint by 10 per cent this year despite expectations of attracting the same number of visitors.

The annual Who Do You Think You Are Live at Olympia has reported a 12 per cent rise in visitors to 12,798 (unaudited).

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