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Industry legend Mike Rusbridge retires from Reed Exhibitions in...


As part of the launch of DB Systems’s new RfiD solution,...


At the height of the summer and art season, Masterpiece London...


Two families across five generations - 120 years of Montgomery...


From superhero movies to comic conventions, it’s a geek's world and...


Logistics suppliers are playing an increasingly important role for...

Exhibition News September 2015
September 2015

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Industry legend Mike Rusbridge retires from Reed Exhibitions in December. We finds out what's next for the architect of the world's largest exhibition organiser

Reed Exhibitions executive chairman Mike Rusbridge may be ready to retire, but he’s certainly not ready to slow down.



As part of the launch of DB Systems’s new RfiD solution, brandWallet, Oliver Richardson, sales and marketing director has been talking with organisers to better understand the challenges presented by the lack of exhibitor follow up on leads at events.

There’s no current research but the industry has long speculated – and this speculation has been so oft repeated to become fact – that up to 70 per cent of leads at events aren’t followed up. 



At the height of the summer and art season, Masterpiece London returned to Chelsea’s Royal Hospital, EN went along to celebrate some of the world’s most exquisite art, antiques and design.

From Italian luxury car maker Maserati, showcasing its handcrafted Quattroporte S, to a newly discovered pastel by Claude Monet, Masterpiece London unveiled pieces spanning over 4,000 years of art and antique history.



Two families across five generations - 120 years of Montgomery

'It is better to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission.’ When taken out of context, this term could lead one to think that the person using it was perhaps a little gung-ho in their approach to business and indeed life.



From superhero movies to comic conventions, it’s a geek's world and organisers are making the most of this booming niche economy.

For many growing up, hours were spent watching TV shows like Star Trek, Mork & Mindy and Doctor Who, many even read the odd comic. While some of us grew out of these past times, for others, imagination was captured and an obsession was born. 



Logistics suppliers are playing an increasingly important role for exhibitors and their budgets. EN speaks to three specialists on what lies ahead for the industry.

Whether it’s moving the Batmobile at Comic Con or a shipment of million-dollar antique violins, logistics suppliers are the quiet achievers keeping the exhibition industry moving.

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