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Reed Australia adding industrial safety show to National Manufacturing Week in Melbourne. Safety First Conference & Expo launches in May. Safety First taps into a potential $1.74 billion market for workplace safety in Australia’s manufacturing sector…..

PACK EXPO is shaping to be the second-largest in show history with more than 1.2 million nsf of exhibit space for its November 2-5 run. The show will also feature a record 2,400 exhibitors, a 20% increase over 2012. Attendance is projected to  exceed 50,000…..

17 European CVBs announced at IMEX America the launch of a strategic alliance to boost marketing for the continent’s events industry…..

A pair of new indoor pavilions, which replaced nine barns and total 290,000 sf, are now open at Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI…..

Deutsche Messe to add 3 new specialty shows to co-location roster at IMTS show in Chicago (2016). Events raise the German presence to 5. Deutsche Messe said the decision was based on projections of increased machinery sales in North America in the coming years…..

Attendance at the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference (IBEX) in Tampa jumped 47% to 6,900. Exhibitors grew 15% to 558 firms.  National Marine Manufacturers Association says IBEX’s metrics reflected projected growth in the recreational boating industry…..

The U.S. Travel Association has ramped up its communications efforts to address concerns about  Ebola and traveling. The USTA and IAEE are in touch with the government and will provide member with updates and talking points on what is being done …..

An update to the IAEE’s Guidelines for Display Rules and Regulations is now available at no charge to members at www.tradeshowstore.com. The 2014 update includes new information on compliance with government regulations on fire safety, disability access and other issues …..

Today, the Natl. Assn. of Broadcasters and Natl. Shooting Sports Foundation each pledged $50K in contributions over 5 years for CEIR. NAB’s Chris Brown said the work of CEIR has never been more vital to our industry. NSSF’s Chris Dolnak agreed and matched the pledge …..