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Exhibition News April 2015
April 2015

MCM Expo’s Comic Con portfolio is forever expanding. Annie Byrne looks at how the show has taken the UK by storm.

Comic conventions are often thought of as ‘geeky’ but when you’re rubbing shoulders with the likes of Danny De Vito, Bill Paxton, Simon Pegg and MCM Expo, you’ve suddenly got the ‘cool factor’ and want to hop on the band wagon.

Putting on a fashion exhibition can be a challenging prospect, particularly with the rising cross-pollination of fashion and art in events. EN explores how couture shows are staying on-trend.

Clothes Show Live (pictured) will be celebrating 25 years in the fashion and beauty industry as it embarks on its return to The NEC this December. Often mistaken as just a fashion show, the event strives to be a lot more as it combines exhibitions, catwalks and entertainment.

Racecourses are looking to diversify out of their equine heritage. This year Sandown Park won Best Venue under 4,000sqm at the EN Awards. Annie Byrne looks at how the venue is extending its exhibition profile.

As you turn left out of Esher train station, you can’t help but notice the large silver signposts to Sandown Park.

During the summer EN visited two very different shows catering for the food and drink market - Taste of London and Imbibe. Domenic Donatantonio reports.

After waiting seven years for a decent summer, the UK was finally treated to a stretch of glorious weather.

Tansy Clark of i2i Events Group has had a busy year with a promotion and winning Organiser Salesperson of the Year. EN explores the secret of her success.

To say Tansy Clark enjoys a thrill or two in life is an understatement. When she’s not travelling around the world working for i2i Events, Clark finds time to train how to jump out of a plane by herself.

Laura Biggs may have moved her offices a short distance down the River Thames but has in fact made a huge journey by completing the management buyout of BBC Haymarket Exhibitions. EN profiles her new venture.

With more than two decades of experience in the exhibition industry, one wouldn’t expect Laura Biggs to be nervously excited about a new venture.

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