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Under a week to go until the doors open the North of England's largest MICE exhibition

The wait is nearly over for a leading national expo and conference that is coming to the North, with just under a week to go until the doors open.
The Venue Expo, organised by UKFE and held at Manchester’s EventCity is the first event of its kind in the North of England, and it’s coming at the right time with the recovering economy ready to flourish.
The UKFE event will bring together countless business professionals, event organisers and anyone with an interest in the events industry.

The North of England has often been described as an “untouched” market for such an event, and so exhibitors and partners are keen to join the expo, expand their presence, and become a part of the North’s thriving business sector.

The Venue Expo is showcasing some of the North’s great venues, including businesses such as the AJ Bell Stadium and the Monastery Manchester, who are hoping to entice new custom at The Venue Expo. Although the event is being held in the North, businesses are travelling from all over the UK to showcase what they have to offer. Companies such as Evolution Dome from London, Visit Scotland from Inverness and Hipswing Events Ltd from Sandbach are exhibiting, hoping to gain new clientele in the North.

The Venue Expo will offer opportunities for team building exercises, networking and workshops on leadership, social media, marketing and much more.

Elena Doyle, Head of Marketing and Events from The Venue Expo, said “The high quality seminars available at The Venue Expo are a credible element of the show and are the reason why any attendee should visit as well as the hand selected exhibitors showcasing the latest technology and products.

“It is quality news that an event like The Venue Expo is finally due to be hosted from the North of England.”

To register FREE for The Venue Expo please go to

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