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Exhibition News November 2015
November 2015

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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.

EN looks at venue Battersea Evolution and leading suppliers De Boer and GL Events on their approach to the outdoor temporary structures market.

Battersea Evolution

Exhibition News Best Client Support Award winner Penny Horner is not averse to lending out her own furniture to help a client in their hour of need.

At the recent Naidex National show at The NEC, you would have seen Penny Horner’s kitchen table on one of the stands. Yes really.

Every organiser boasts about having compelling content, but what does that actually mean? We asked three event industry professionals.

How can organisers give people what they want when visitors don’t think they want or need it?

Later this month, Taste of London will again take over Regent’s Park. EN sees what’s in store from the high-end foodies show.

For those food connoisseurs looking to enjoy some fine dining in one of London’s finest parks, Taste of London, is expanding yet further.

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