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Exhibition News October 2015
October 2015

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This year has seen the Telegraph Media Group move into live events. EN finds out how the publisher intends to reach new audiences in the outdoor and luxury sectors.

The Telegraph Media Group (TMG) claims to have set the pace for change within the UK newspaper industry on its careers web page.

AV specialist Aztec Event Services recently celebrated its best ever month of business. We caught up with the firm’s MD John Robson.

I think what we have done is develop what I call a broad and deep relationship with exhibition organisers and worked very hard on maintaining those relationships and being very responsive to them,” said John Robson, Aztec MD.

Global Experience Specialists (GES) talks exclusively to Exhibition News about a slew of contract wins and new business. Scott Birch reports.

Exhibition contractor Global Experience Specialists (GES) recently announced a number of substantial contract wins exclusively with Exhibition News.

Showground and exhibition venue Westpoint in Exeter is tapping into the region’s demographic and desire for local live events.

More exhibitions are heading to the south west of England, as organisers see the potential of tapping into an underserved, wealthy and growing population. The issue is, where to host your event?

Simmone Collett won Best Operations Manager for the first time at this year’s EN Awards for her problem-solving skills, wit and humour. Annie Byrne reports.

Walking into Olympia for the Speciality & Fine Food Fair, you notice three things. The buzzing atmosphere, the diverse range of food, and, the leaking roof. In typical British fashion, the rain came down in full force during the event, causing water to leak into the exhibition hall. What you also notice however, is a sharply dressed Australian with a walkie-talkie glued to her side, coming to the rescue.

Fighter jets, war ships and 200 protestors. Annie Byrne goes behind the scenes of DSEI to find out how Clarion Events marshalled its forces and broke records with the flagship arms trade fair.

You don’t often find yourself being advised to hide your visitor badge when entering or leaving an exhibition, but that was the case at this year’s Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) event.

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