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Exhibition News August 2015
August 2015

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When it comes to insurance, it’s easy to be wise after the event. EN speaks to specialist insurers Hiscox and Beazley to get their expert advice.

Sitting in luxurious offices in the heart of the City of London, one of the great financial centres of the world, with an original Jeff Koons artwork for company, it’s easy to think we are in the wrong game. Here we are at the offices of Hiscox, the specialist global insurer with 100 years of experience and 30 of those in live events.



With further investment in Asia and a thriving business in emerging markets, ITE Group shares its international drive mission with Exhibition News.

While other global organisers sat back and waited to see how things would develop in countries such as Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, exhibition organsier ITE Group dived straight in at the deep end.



From working with Formula 1 to attempting world records, Exhibition News Best Venue Salesperson award winner Angela Perkins is no stranger to a challenge.

Within a site covering more than 40 acres, lies multi-purpose venue, the Ricoh Arena, at the heart of the Rowleys Green district of Coventry.



Olympia London is heading into a new era with the accommodation of shows from Earls Court and venue upgrades. EN uncovers the venue’s ambitious plans.

Olympia London wants to become “the UK’s busiest major event venue”, Nigel Nathan, group managing director of the venue and neighbouring Earls Court has revealed.



Exhibition organisers are having to weigh up the debate of paid-for and free content as well as charging visitors to come to their shows. We speak to three leading organisers on how they tackle the issue of the value of content.

Organisers are increasingly taking a daring approach to the age-old question of the ideal exhibition model.



Media 10 brought its successful Ideal Home Show to a debut run at Manchester’s EventCity. EN visited the show on its opening day.

Holding a debut show in Manchester on a June day may not be a guarantee of hot weather. So it is all the more testament to the power of the Ideal Home Show brand, that the opening edition in the North West saw queues forming round the block ahead of opening on a balmy summer’s day.

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