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Students Live bidding for huge visitor number increase
posted on: 28/8/2012 10:48:32
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The organiser of the Students Live show hopes to see visitor numbers increase by more than 200 per cent for its second event at Olympia in September.
 
UCAS Media is predicting 10,000 visitors on 7 and 8 September after receiving 14,000 registrations so far for tickets. In 2011, the organiser claimed 3,000 people came through the doors.
 
This year the event will have 72 exhibitors, up from 45 in 2011, and is introducing exhibitor zones and interactive rugby, tennis and lacrosse activities.
 
“Last year’s show was a learning curve for all of us,” said commercial account manager Daniel Fraenkel.
 
“For this year, several exhibitors will run seminar sessions and we will also have a presentation from former National Union of Students president Aaron Porter.” 
 
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