TFI Issue 3-4/2016

Trade Fairs International Ausgabe 3-4/2016
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  • UFI in Basel: The challenge of change
  • 100 years of MCH: Initiated by a Belgian
  • Italy: Signs of the economy recovering
  • Italy: Trade fairs as harbingers of the recovery
  • Poland: Fuel for change
  • Central Eastern Europe: Statistics collected for 287 trade fairs


  • Trade fair logistics: IELA to meet up in Dublin
  • Trade fair logistics: Transparency over the last mile
  • Trade fair logistics: Industry in the 21st century
  • Trade fair logistics: Action-packed like James Bond
  • Trade fair logistics: Official partner in Verona
  • International stand design: Uniform image world-wide
  • International stand design: Flying gardens, flying scarves


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

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