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Exhibition News April 2015
April 2015



Analytics consultancy Acrotrend thrives on offering innovative customer strategies and roadmaps for the events industry. We catch up with the firm’s managing director Sandeep Mendiratta.

First of all, what is Acrotrend?



Industry heavyweight and former pub landlord Tim Etchells, with 35 years of exhibitions experience, has the measure of the spirit needed for new show Pub15.

Tim Etchells began our conversation detailing his fear of photocopiers. Putting paper into them specifically.



Maria Schuett of Central Hall Westminster talks to EN about the launch of its new Event Technology Challenged campaign, and its plans for the future.

Two years from now we could be facing an entirely different industry, says Maria Schuett, marketing manager at Central Hall Westminster, considering the pace of technology driving this progress.



As the seasons change, EN takes a look at how festive events across the country are preparing for the merry season.

It’s that time of year again when you wrap up warm, start mulling the wine (or cider in our case) and watch retail brands chase the Holy Grail of the best Christmas ad on TV.



With open spaces, an enviable coastal setting and a hall full of dodgems, the Bournemouth International Centre is making the most of the town’s growing local economy.

From showing boats and planes, to live appearances from the likes of Bob Dylan and Michael McIntyre, every day is different at the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC).



Mark Shashoua, the CEO of i2i invites EN into the company’s state of the art office to get an inside track on the culture and vision of the upwardly mobile event organiser.

Situated in the modern surroundings of a high-end business development around the back of Paddington train station, i2i’s office is somewhat hard to find.

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