TFI Issue 3/2017

Trade Fairs International Ausgabe 3/2017
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  • International exhibition centres: Functionality takes priority
  • International exhibition centres: New trade fair era in Warsaw
  • International exhibition centres: 25 years of Polish trade shows
  • Guest events: ”A single standard for all users“
  • Guest events: Constant element in the portfolio
  • Expo 2017: Changing the world with a smart stick
  • IELA in Prague: Security comes at a price
  • UFI in Johannesburg: Time for Africa


  • Russia: Out of the woods?
  • Turkey: Things change rapidly
  • Turkey: Encouraging signs
  • India: Business shifts gears
  • Singapore: Events and convenience
  • Thailand: Key sector for economic development
  • Malaysia: Experts with tunnel vision
  • Indonesia: ”We can accommodate growth“
  • China: Unusual now usual
  • China: A shamrock for trade fairs
  • Hong Kong: Where entrepreneurs meet investors
  • Hong Kong: Enhancing the experience
  • Hong Kong: Riding the K-wave
  • Korea: Expansion plans
  • Japan: Mega-event casting a shadow



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

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