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Exhibition News September 2014
September 2014



EN hosted a panel discussion at the Event Production Show titled ‘How to make your exhibition an event – maximising the visitor experience’. Three of those panellists share their views.

Andy Gibb, Chief Operating Officer, Melville GES



The Event Production Show was a resounding success, with more visitors, signature seminars and strong exhibitor response. Exhibition News played its part as stand judge and panel discussion host.

Mark Jones at Touch2View, the suppliers of ‘giant iPads’ for displays, provided a quote that is sure to adorn flyers for next year’s Event Production Show (EPS).



We profile some of the best exhibition venues and versatile spaces in glorious Yorkshire.

Leeds – The Royal Armouries Museum and New Dock Hall



Vivid Interface's Geoffrey Dixon on the need to know transactions taking place at your event.

Every trade show delivers something different to its markets. For some the balance of delivery is about knowledge transfer and for others it is about the meetings that take place on exhibitor stands, elsewhere at the venue and in the evenings in hotels, restaurants and bars.



As Brintex ushers in its 50th year in business, EN catches up with longstanding MD Malcolm Taylor to discuss the highs and lows of one of the UK’s oldest exhibition organising companies.

How did you get into the exhibition industry?



What are the main uses and pitfalls of mobile apps for shows and events, and does your show really need one? If so, what should the app add for visitors and where will this technology take us?

Adam Wright, Head of Solutions at Black Pepper

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