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Exhibition News September 2014
September 2014



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.



EN is no stranger to the power of a cobweb-clearing cup of coffee in the morning. So it was inevitable we would make a visit to Upper Street Events’ Caffe Culture show at Olympia London.

The power of the little coffee bean shows no sign of abating. Certainly we at Exhibition News have no wish to make a mocha-ery of the strength of the humble cuppa.



Football analogies and discipline are among Prysm Group’s main drives to success. EN caught up with managing director Tom Penn on the firm’s future plans.

Magazines were the main focus for the Prysm Group when the organiser started out in 2001, with Business Startup the only exhibition run by the business. Thirteen years on with a portfolio of more than 12 major shows, the organiser has never been more ambitious. 



The Royal Highland Centre took a pounding in 2012 from the unpredictable British weather, we caught up with the centre following its £500,000 contingency plan

A contingency plan is always key when hosting a successful show, let alone when you’re organising an event.



Joe Manby Limited celebrates 40 years this month. Scott Birch visits the family firm in Harrogate to see how their personal touch still stands out in a very different landscape.

Sometimes, cultural references provide the best guide to our past, allowing us to place a number into personal context. Forty years ago, in 1974, Rubik released his infuriating and ingenious Cube, Volkswagon rolled out the first Golf and Ronald McDonald brought his burgers to Britain. Tiger Feet by Mud was the year’s top-selling single, and The Towering Inferno led the disaster movie charts.

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