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Exhibition News July 2014
July 2014

Camexpo retains visitors despite tube disruptions
posted on: 25/10/2011 13:38:20
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The organiser of the complementary, natural and integrated healthcare show camexpo has reported steady attendance at this year’s exhibition despite disruptions to tube line services over the weekend.
 
This year’s camexpo at Earls Court attracted 5,333 attendees from 22 to 23 October, just down from the 5,413 reported in 2010. Organiser Diversified Business Communications event manager Zoe Campbell was pleased the result, particularly given several tube lines going through Earls Court hadbeen closed over the weekend.
 
Diversified claims camexpo is the only dedicated professional CAM show in the UK and attracted practitioners, therapists, CAM students and health store buyers. Key content at this year’s exhibition were 22 free keynote seminars, 48 taster workshops and a series of exhibitor product launches.  The show also housed the Cam Stage Live, one of two new features introduced to camexpo in 2010.
 
Diversified said 65 per cent of its 190 exhibitors hadrebooked for the tenth anniversary of the event at Earls Court from 20 to 21 October.
 
“I am delighted by the overwhelmingly positive feedback received so far,” Campbell said.
 
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