This Just In
  • The deadline for nominations for Trade Show Executive’s Trailblazers Awards has been extended to March 16. Got to TSE Events for info.
  • MAD Event Management to create a Shanghai show with Shanghai Exhibition Co. Ltd., and run the UAS for Disaster Response Conference in April.
  • The SHOT Show will remain at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas through 2027. The event has been at the venue for nine years.
  • SMG/Cobo Center in Detroit redesigned its exhibitor and services online system to simplify ordering for in-house and vendor event services.
  • A small fire in a booth at the counterculture Champs Trade Show Feb. 20 forced the temporary evacuation of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
  • The L.A. Convention Center is growing fruits, vegetables, and flowers on its rooftop. The 9,500-sf garden includes a row of orange trees.
  • GES launched its Measurement & Insight platform to analyze brand impact, customer retention and other metrics beyond orders booked and ROI.
  • After two decades helming AIME, Reed Exhibitions is relinquishing control of the event to Austrialian-owned Talk2 Media & Events for 2019.
  • Messe Frankfurt acquired the Thailand Lighting Fair and Thailand Building Fair. Messe has been with the shows since they launched in 2015.

CEIR’s Exhibition Industry Summit is Tomorrow at 11:00 in Washington, DC

Trade Show Executive
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September 12, 2005
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Join the industry’s leading experts tomorrow, September 13th for a dynamic half-day summit and the unveiling of the latest  CEIR Exhibition Industry Index, the industry’s foremost benchmark of exhibition performance. 

See why experts are calling 2004 the year of the turnaround and 2005 a year of growth. Learn how the industry has performed overall and in 11 industry sectors. Compare your show’s growth against industry benchmarks. Industry experts will share their thoughts on what lies ahead for the exhibition industry in 2006. You’ll also be the first to hear the latest trends as the Convention Industry Council releases its study on the Economic Impact of Meetings, Exhibitions and Incentive Travel.

Join the industry ’s leading experts from associations, show management, research, investment banking and the media as well as three of the nation’s top economists to gain access the data you need to get ready for 2006.

Drive in or fly in for this half-day event which begins with a press conference at 11:00 at the Washington DC Convention Center.

For more information: go www.ceir.org.

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