TFI Issue 1/2017

Trade Fairs International Issue 1/2017
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  • International exhibition centres: BIEC now well-established
  • Austria: An "excellent" development
  • Austria: Focusing on the big picture
  • Sweden: Good times for logistics
  • Sweden: 75 years of fairs in Stockholm
  • Sweden: Great plans in Gothenburg
  • Russia: Continuing on the same lines
  • Russia: Promising outlook for mining


  • Euroshop 2017: Welcome to the global village
  • Euroshop 2017: Heart, soul and depth
  • Euroshop 2017: Frameless walls, shimmering profiles
  • Stand construction / Design: Past, present and future
  • Stand construction / Design: Launch and relaunch
  • Stand construction / Design: Digital data and a fresh shave


  • IFES News
  • IELA News
  • Service-Partner
  • Backstage
  • Imprint

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