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Might May heralds 50 exhibitions for Australia

Careers and Employment Expo Australia

Featuring new organic/natural products, printing and logistics Expos

May is set to be one of the busiest months for exhibitions around Australia with organisers presenting almost 50 shows including new shows in natural/organic products, printing and logistics.  
The event calendar for May includes CeMAT, which is presented by Deutsche Messe for the first time in Australia, and the Naturally Good - The Natural and Organics Product Expo launched by National Media.
Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) Chief Executive, Joyce DiMascio, said we are pleased to welcome CeMAT, Visual Impact Sydney and also National Media’s exciting new event, Naturally Good, in the organics and natural products sector.

“According to Deutsche Messe, Australia now joins Russia, Asia, India and South America in staging CeMAT for the logistics industry,” she said. “The CeMAT exhibition will showcase innovation in process improvement, including the role of automation in engineering the warehouses of the future. It is brought to Australia by Deutsche Messe who will also deliver CeBIT this month through their subsidiary, Hannover Fairs.”  

“The launch of Naturally Good shows the growth potential of the natural and organics sector – 200 exhibitors will present their products at the first show at Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park. We congratulate National Media for creating this new Australian show.” She said.  

EEAA said industries on show this month range from health and wellbeing, mining, travel, technology, manufacturing, logistics and much more.  

The EEAA 2015 Calendar of Trade and Consumer Exhibitions and Events is a useful tool for highlighting the Power of Exhibitions in Australia. This month, exhibitions will include many long standing successful shows as well as new international shows being hosted in Australia. The wide range of exhibitions is testament to the broad and valuable contribution the exhibition industry makes to doing business in Australia.  

In May, EEAA Members will organise and host nearly 50 exhibitions and expos. The economic contribution of EEAA Members into the Australian Economy will be significant.  

Event highlights include CeBIT and CeMAT, Naturally Good and the Mind Body Spirit Festival in Sydney, Careers and Employment Expo in Brisbane and Adelaide, Mining Australia Expo in Perth, and the Melbourne Dog Lovers Show and, at the end of the month, National Manufacturing Week in Melbourne.

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