TFI Issue 2/2016

Trade Fairs International Ausgabe 2/2016
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  • German fairs abroad: "We will be a repeat offender"
  • German fairs abroad: Expertise in a core segment
  • Imex / Congresses: Finger always on the pulse
  • Congresses: Meetings under Table Mountain
  • Congresses: Setting the pace for further growth
  • Congresses: Stand designers converging on Istanbul


  • Russia: Mobilising mid-tier business
  • Russia: Positive and not so positive signals
  • India: Three decades with the Rogers Family
  • Singapore: The very best medicine
  • Thailand: 3 dimensions to drive growth
  • Malaysia: Rising star for meetings
  • Indonesia: Praise and enquiries in spades
  • Hong Kong: Bird's "new feathers"
  • Hong Kong: Event convergence
  • Hong Kong: From jewellery to gems by bus
  • China: Growth in the top tier
  • China: First acid test
  • Korea: A very busy year
  • TFI-Know-how: What helps to bring success at Japanese trade fairs?



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