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Exhibition News January 2015
January 2015

International Confex opens doors at Excel London
posted on: 7/3/2012 08:33:44
Jonny Sullens

International Confex’s Portfolio Director, Jonny Sullens, says "this year’s show is the industry’s window to the world, and will give people confidence for the Olympics this summer".
 
The event, for the meetings industry, opened its doors at Excel London yesterday (6 March).
 
Sullens told EN: "The show will help to showcase opportunities around the olympics, but also help businesses to see into 2013 and the opportunities beyond the sporting event."
 
Sullens said he was "delighted with the quality of our exhibitors this year, across the sectors of the show".
 
"In this economy our visitors are more focused and demanding of our event, they want to see the very best organisations to fulfil their event requirements, and I’m confident International Confex 2012 has risen to the challenge," he added.
 
International Confex will run between 6 and 8 March.
 
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