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Event Production Show announces dates
posted on: 3/8/2012 09:21:31
event production show

Leading events and meetings industry trade publisher Mash Media Group has revealed the dates for its revamped Event Production Show.

The event will be at Olympia on 5 and 6 February 2013.
 
The show was bought as part of several Mash purchases from Ocean Media, which included event industry titles Access All Areas and The White Book. 
 
The Event Production Show launched in 1992 and celebrated its 20th birthday in the Grand Hall of London Olympia on 1-2 February 2012.

The annual trade show has established itself as the annual meeting place for the event production industry, attracting more than 200 suppliers and nearly 4,000 visitors in 2012.

The event is also home to the Access Sessions, which feature key industry personalities including Live Nation’s John Probyn, Glastonbury’s Michael Eavis and the Ministry for Sport/Licensing’s Gerry Sutcliffe.
 
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