ExCeL London has reported a record first quarter, with enquiries, from all corners of the globe, up 32%. In particular, ExCeL will welcome 50% more business from North America this year, compared to 2016.
International participation posts significant year-on-year growth and
foreign exhibitors account for 70% of total exhibiting companies His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Dubai World Trade Centre Authority, announced the 2016 annual performance of Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), as the business surpassed a significant milestone in visitation traffic hosting 3.03 million delegates and attendees to events at its venue.
ADFEST 2017 marks an important milestone as Asia’s most celebrated and recognized regional creative festival as it celebrates its 20th anniversary at the award-winning Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall. With over 1000 creative campaigns, the advertising industry’s much anticipated event successfully brought together talented and innovative minds to gather, network, share ideas and create new connections.
Whilst innovation continues to be a focus at Lane End Conference Centre, a recent study carried out amongst its clients and prospect event organisers, has revealed that venues need to maintain a balance when providing equipment for meetings and events. Unsurprisingly, 96.72% of bookers require Wi-Fi however a 90.16% still require a flipchart and 65.57% still require an overhead projector (OHP).
This week Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) played host to the European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR), welcoming delegates from across Europe to the five day event.
Brought to the city by the Robert Gordon University (RGU) in conjunction with the Aberdeen Ambassador Network, the conference returned to Aberdeen for the first time since 1997, helped by subvention funding from VisitAberdeenshire and match-funded by VisitScotland’s Conference Bid Fund.