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Exhibiting equality FeaturesWorld

Featured in the latest edition of Exhibition World (Issue 2 | 2018), Sarah-Claire Picton draws the curtains on gender equality within an industry deemed inclusive by its very nature. Women in the global exhibition industry are heralding a sea-change. The overall feeling is kinetic – this is an industry in motion and women are driving growth with pioneering platforms. Brainchild of MECC Maastricht’s Oana Cipca, the...

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From West World to exhibitions’ world Expert OpinionFeaturesWorld

Kai Hattendorf, UFI managing director, writes about future proofing exhibitions, and more, in his UFI Column featured in the latest edition of Exhibition World (Issue 2 | 2018), online now. One of the hottest tickets at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin earlier this month was for the chance to step into and experience the saloon from the TV series “West World” – a...

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FinTech Indonesia aligns with government’s digital economy push AsiaFeatures

Tarsus Indonesia, a subsidiary of Tarsus Group PLC, is launching the Indonesia Fintech Show 2018 (IFS 2018) scheduled for 5–7 December 2018 at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC) in Indonesia. Tarsus Indonesia is an international B2B media group with interests in exhibitions, conferences, education, publishing and online media “This is a synergistic co-location as security is a big issue in Fintech,” said Cheah Wai Hong,...

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Exhibitions on the up FeaturesRegionWorld

JWC’s 2017 Global Industry Performance Review Top 40 Exhibition Companies: 2015/2016 reveals the industry’s robust growth. Featured in the January edition of Exhibition World, JWC partner, Eyal Know (pictured), examines JWC’s insight of the near past, which, in turn, gives us optimism for the future. JWC recently published its first review of the Top 40 Exhibition Companies, having collected data since its founding some 10 years ago. Using...

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Pioneering Paris EuropeFeaturesRegion

Paris is cemented as a must-see tourist destination, but its new convention centre gives the exhibition crowd a welcome excuse to stop by. Home to UFI’s headquarters, and renowned the world over for its ravissant charm, the exhibition industry needs little incentive to choose the destination on looks alone. The city, however, has being outmanoeuvred in the great exhibition ‘space race’, with new builds popping...

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Venue ventures AsiaEuropeFeaturesMiddle EastRegionVideosWorld

From AI  to Dubai, Exhibition World turns attention on the latest and greatest of venues and exhibitions worldwide, as featured in the January 2018 edition of EW. 1. Dubai’s Expo 2020 Hosted by Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, Expo 2020 is the first World Expo to be staged in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region in the 167-year history of the...

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New, New Zealand AustralasiaFeatures

With an insular exhibition community, New Zealand has been off the international radar, until now. Over the past three decades, New Zealand has been shaking off its regulatory burdens to become one of the most free market economies in the OECD. However, while the bulk of its global attention in recent years was arguably gained from its notoriety as the stunning backdrop to Peter Jackson’s...

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Beer more discerning Expert OpinionFeaturesWorld

Millennial 20/20 co-founder Simon Berger gives his tips on selecting a premium brew, and avoiding mass-drunkeness by, for example, selecting a 10 per cent ABV imperial IPA to accompany your hors d’oeuvres. 1. Consider your audience’s taste Is the audience comprised of hop-heavy beer geeks, lager-sipping beer consumers, wine drinkers or a mixed group? Knowing your audience is the first step to picking the right...

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Dealmakers Expert OpinionFeaturesWorld

Steve Monnington, managing director of Mayfield Media Strategies, writes about ‘Dealmakers‘ in the January 2018 edition of Exhibition World. His column looks at exhibition sector news, namely the UBM/Informa merger.  Exhibition sector news has been dominated by the announcement that Informa and UBM are in talks which would see Informa acquire UBM for a mixture of shares and cash. Given deadlines, by the time this column appears it...

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Malaysia’s MICE Capital AustralasiaFeaturesRegion

With the recent UFI conferences taking place in Kuala Lumpur, it’s a timely moment to check in on Malaysia’s ever growing MICE capital, as featured in the latest edition of Exhibition World. Hosted by the Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau, UFI Educational Forum on HR Management and the 13th UFI Asia-Pacific Conference (formerly the UFI Open Seminar in Asia) took place in the country’s capital,...

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