The compass needle – NürnbergMesse’s trademark – is pointing straight to the top once again. Despite an interruption forced by the pandemic during the first two months of the 2022 event year, trade fairs were able to gather in person again.
UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry, has released the latest, 30th edition of its flagship Global Exhibition Barometer research, which takes the pulse of the industry.
In accord, 3,500 exhibitors offer a first-hand gateway into the market by pulling in resources that amplify home-grown inventions and overseas capabilities in production and aftermarket solutions.
UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry, will organise it’s full flagship series of Regional Conferences around the world in 2023 again onsite.
There is a strong movement in Thailand's event landscape. This year, the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) will reopen in the heart of Bangkok – bigger, more modern and even more competitive. Regardless of the global Covid-19 challenges, QSNCC has managed to stick to their long-term investment plan to transform the venue into a leading convention center in Asia.
Messe Frankfurt is increasing the flexible options it offers to event organisers, exhibitors and visitors. The new Hall 5 will be going into operation in February 2023.
A new event is taking place at Hamburg Messe from 28 to 30 October. Polaris is something of a hybrid between a gaming exhibition and a convention with a hint of an amusement park about it.
The event industry is braving its next restart. The focus is back on the safety of attendees at face-to-face events.
November brings two major international events to the Arabian Peninsula. The UFI Global Congress is taking place in the Sultanate of Oman shortly before the FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar.
In early February 2021, SingEx Holdings merged with Sphere Exhibits. And so a company was born and christened only five months later: Constellar.
Responsible interaction with the natural environment is as important for the events industry as for other spheres of life. In Innsbruck, trade fairs and conventions can be certified as “Green Meetings”.
Key players on board in all eight dimensions. The supporting programme also features stage presentations, innovative Special Areas, premieres and coveted awards.
The Munich-based exhibition stand construction company MSM found an ideal way to present a virtual exhibit at a physical exhibition stand.
Whether you look at your weekly shopping bill or your energy costs, it’s clear that prices have risen significantly recently. The transport industry is also affected by this.
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