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Exhibition News April 2014
April 2014



A host of world-class events will take place in the UK this year, but what does 2012 hold for the exhibition industry? And can we outrun the economic shadow cast by Europe? EN reports.

Following a tough and tumultuous 2011, Exhibition News sat down with representatives from the venue, organiser and supplier sectors to find out just what’s on the cards for 2012.



UBM is confident the Ecobuild sustainable building show will be a leader in its global events business as it prepares to geoadapt in China. EN reports on the exhibition’s meteoric rise.

For a company aiming to be the world’s best B2B event provider, a potential £51 million deal for a show only seven years old is a bold gamble. But UBM Built Environment chief executive Adrian Barrick and deputy chief executive Nina Wright believe the firm’s purchase of Ecobuild, a survivor in the cut-throat market of construction-based exhibitions, will lead the firm to its goal.



EN explores five of the hottest venues on the other side of the channel, offering organisers access to new markets, partners and a chance to showcase the best of British industry.

IFEMA Feria de Madrid, Spain 



Comic and fanboy events seem to be a recession-proof. Antony Reeve-Crook speaks to MCM Expo Group co-organiser Bryan Cooney.

Everyone loves a good news story and none more so that the directors of events in the consumer exhibitions industry. Consumer events, without serving as a catalyst for international trade, have had a harder time than their B2B counterparts.



We all know the biggest venues in the UK, but there are plenty of other boutique spaces available to exhibition organisers. EN profiles a selection looking to punch above their weight.

We all know the biggest venues in the UK, but there are plenty of other boutique spaces available to exhibition organisers. EN profiles a selection looking to punch above their weight.



It’s an age-old problem for organisers: Getting exhibitors to invest in and maximise their participation at a show. Here, we look at ways to help ensure your clients have a good event.

For an organiser, the show is everything. Build-up starts months, if not a year, in advance to ensure a huge number of cogs turn smoothly before the exhibition’s first day.

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