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  • 02.08.2020  IELA Reload: 11 weeks, 24 live sessions, 48.350 minutes heightening resilience

    IELA Reload: 11 weeks, 24 live sessions, 48.350 minutes heightening resilience

    IELA’s recovery programme IELA Reload was a real Incubator of ideas for the future, spreading the fighting spirit to empower IELA members to succeed in the New Now, anticipating & rebounding by limiting losses and boosting strengths in profitable service areas. Launched on May 4th 2020, the programme had four pillars: E-Learning sessions – Regional IELA Talks – Recovery Talks and Rediscover of Tools.

  • 29.07.2020  UFI elects Monica Lee-Müller as president for 2021/22

    UFI elects Monica Lee-Müller as president for 2021/22

    The UFI presidential trio for the 2020/21 term will therefore comprise of: Monica Lee-Müller (managing director of Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Limited (HML), Hong Kong), incoming president Anbu Varathan (Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association - IMTMA, India), president 2020/21 Mary Larkin (Diversified Communications, Portland, USA), outgoing president

  • 23.07.2020  New dates announced for the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference

    Dmg events, organiser of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), and with the support of its strategic partner and host, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), has announced that the ADIPEC Strategic and Technical Conference will take place virtually between November 9 and 12, 2020.

  • 16.07.2020  UFI Global Barometer shows global impact of Covid-19 pandemic

    UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, has released the latest edition of its flagship Global Barometer research, which takes the pulse of the industry. The report highlights the severe impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the exhibition industry worldwide. Globally, 85% of companies declared their overall level of activity was “normal” in January. This quickly dropped to 15% in March, to reach between 5% and 6% in April, May and June. For both April and May, 73% of companies worldwide declared “no activity”.

  • 13.07.2020  IFES AGM @ Hybr.id Space started with a panel discussion “Key factor trade shows -how to get back on the fast track”

    IFES AGM @ Hybr.id Space started with a panel discussion “Key factor trade shows -how to get back on the fast track”

    For months now, the trade show and event industry is on lock down. First steps into a “Corona-normal” are done with solutions like Hybr.id Space a showroom which is connecting onsite and online to a “phygital” marketplace. Using this innovative space shows even more: People are looking for face2face meetings, the need of running trade shows gets touchable.

  • 10.07.2020  IELA: Winning Confidence Back is a team effort of the whole value chain and a joint responsibility

    IELA: Winning Confidence Back is a team effort of the whole value chain and a joint responsibility

    Collaboration and a United Voice are key in the Advocacy work that is needed to be done. Being among one of the first economies to be shut down and now one of the last to be activated, IELA Reload invited with great interest a panel discussion from Africa to give their insight on the situation in their region in the event and exhibition industry.

  • 10.06.2020  The largest European exhibition centres heavily impacted by the crisis are mobilising for a reopening on 1 September 2020 at the latest!

    The EMECA association, which represents the European major exhibitions centres, alerts on the urgency of their reopening and calls for strong financial support from European and national public authorities to ensure the survival and the economic recovery of an entire industry.

  • 04.06.2020  Global Exhibitions Day 2020

    The 5th edition of Global Exhibitions Day (GED) 2020 spread the message “exhibitions are key to rebuilding economies” across the globe. From videos to meetings with policy makers, webinars to hybrid events, webcast to social campaigns, bingo, cakes, virtual running parties, and more, people and organisations from at least 114 countries/regions got involved in GED 2020.

  • 28.05.2020  HKCEC: First exhibition since Covid-19 pandemic held successfully with preventive measures

    HKCEC: First exhibition since Covid-19 pandemic held successfully with preventive measures

    The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is ready to welcome events back to Hong Kong. With a series of preventive measures in place, the HKCEC welcomed the city's first exhibition since the Covid-19 pandemic. The 98th Hong Kong Wedding Fair, a three-day local consumer exhibition rescheduled from February, was held successfully during 22-24 May, attracting soon-to-weds and couples for wedding products and services.

  • 26.05.2020  Good Practice Guide: Addressing Covid-19 Requirements for Re-Opening Business Events

    Good Practice Guide: Addressing Covid-19 Requirements for Re-Opening Business Events

    As authorities around the world are increasingly clearing business events to run again, organisers of conventions and exhibitions, as well as venue and center operators need to put respective measures in place that create safe environments for participants.

  • 18.05.2020  DECC wins 3 prizes from Eventex Awards

    DECC wins 3 prizes from Eventex Awards

    Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC) was awarded 3 prizes (2 gold and 1 silver) at the 10th-anniversary edition of Eventex Awards, a leading global event competition, which aims at spotlighting the best events, experiences, and suppliers in the industry worldwide. It is well known for the stellar jury panel and fair evaluation process.

  • 08.05.2020  Mina El Fazazi joins UFI as head of global marketing and communications

    Mina El Fazazi joins UFI as head of global marketing and communications

    UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry, has named Mina El Fazazi as head of global marketing and communications. Mina El Fazazi brings over 15 years of communications and marketing experience to her new position. She has a solid background within the exhibition industry (in both BtoB and BtoC trade shows) through her previous roles at Reed Midem, Reed Expositions France, Comexposium and SAFI.

  • 04.05.2020  IELA Reload Programme

    IELA Reload Programme

    Exhibition logistics suppliers are getting prepared for the “New Now” in the Exhibition Industry by joining the new IELA Reload Programme to be launched on May 4th 2020 to address and adapt to the fast-changing and still uncertain rules regarding international forwarding.

  • 21.04.2020  Global group of recipients announced for UFI’s 2020 Next Generation Leadership Grant

    UFI, the global association of the exhibition ndustry, has named the winners of this year’s UFI Next Generation Leadership Grant (NGL), following expert deliberation by a jury of the industry’s leading lights.

  • 09.04.2020  UFI European Conference in Gothenburg cancelled for 2020

    UFI European Conference in Gothenburg cancelled for 2020

    Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, UFI announces that the UFI European Conference, which was due to take place from 3-5 June at the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre in Gothenburg, cannot take place as planned. The co-located Forum on HR which was due to take place from 2-3 June at the same venue has also been cancelled.

  • 25.03.2020  New Corona package to support the German exhibition industry network

    New Corona package to support the German exhibition industry network

    Emergency relief from government supports the self-employed and small businesses. AUMA’s managing director Holtmeier: trade fairs will play a crucial role after the Corona-crisis

  • 13.03.2020  IELA invites all event professionals to join the "Together Strong" initiative!

    IELA invites all event professionals to join the "Together Strong" initiative!

    COVID-19 presents business events and the exhibition industry with an unprecedented global challenge. IELA passionately believes in the considerable social and economic power of the face-to-face exhibition and event industry and is committed to it. We know that the negative long-term effects of speculation, hype and overreaction will not only harm our industry, but also our local communities and business as a whole.

  • 10.03.2020  UFI releases first global assessment of the economic impact that COVID-19 is having on trade shows and exhibitions

    UFI releases first global assessment of the economic impact that COVID-19 is having on trade shows and exhibitions

    UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry, is today releasing the first global numbers that reflect the impact that trade show postponements and cancellations are having for both the exhibiting companies as well as for the trade show industry around the world.

  • 25.02.2020  Commitment with Singapore Tourism Board to set up its new regional headquarters

    Commitment with Singapore Tourism Board to set up its new regional headquarters

    Deutsche Messe, one of the world's leading exhibition organisers, and Singapore Tourism Board have signed an MoU (memorandum of understanding) to establish its first Southeast Asian headquarters – Hannover Fairs Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd - in Singapore. The new office will deepen Deutsche Messe's presence in Asia Pacific, providing greater support and expanding their trade fairs in the region. It will also look at creating new events in the medium term.

  • 21.01.2020  ADNEC and Agility renew strategic partnership

    ADNEC and Agility renew strategic partnership

    Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) has renewed a five-year strategic partnership agreement with Agility’s Fairs and Events, a division of Agility Global Integrated Logistics. This MoU will continue to enhance ADNEC’s service offering to exhibitors and event organisers with a full range of logistics and freight forwarding services.

Aluvision presents the Hi-LED 55+

11.02.2020

The Hi-LED 55+, Aluvision’s newest LED innovation, has just been launched and has already received its first prestigious, world-renowned award. The iF Design Award is a symbol of outstanding design achievements that focuses on the innovative power of design. The brand new LED tile is the most flexible and creative LED tile on the market.

One tile, endless solutions
Transform the most versatile LED tile into different configurations. Create straight videowalls, corners, cubes or even convex and concave constructions with just one building block. It’s made possible by the introduction of a convertible aluminum cabinet. The Hi-LED 55+ creates new possibilities such as LED columns, large cubes and so much more. You no longer have to buy endless amounts of different LED tiles. Just stick to one tile that converts into any setup.
 
Fully compatible with the Aluvision frame system

The Hi-LED 55+ tile is fully compatible with the Aluvision frame system and the Hi-LED 55. The new product relies on the same strengths. The all-in-one design has the same unique dimensions of 496 x 496 x 55 mm (19.53” x 19.53 x 2.17”) and a pixel pitch of 2.8mm or 2.5mm that ensures vivid image quality. The Hi-LED 55+ is built out of 4 smaller modules in an aluminum cabinet frame with a built-in slot for SEG fabric to cover the backside. According to Aluvision standards, high quality and precision have been maintained throughout the complete production process.
 
Many advantages
The Hi-LED 55+ is ecological, user-friendly and easy to set up. It’s one tile for multiple solutions. The Hi-LED 55+ connects seamlessly into the Aluvision frames and is completely flush both front and back. One of the main benefits: a quick, easy and toolless installation. In short, it’s the perfect solution for any videowall construction!
 
Precision

As a leading developer and manufacturer of aluminum modular exhibit systems, Aluvision is known for its high-end quality and durable solutions. Aluvision’s top notch production facilities in Deinze (BE) and Atlanta (USA) not only guarantee short lead times, but also an incomparable attention to detail for all.
 
About Aluvision
As an innovative developer & worldwide supplier of high quality modular systems for the exhibit and event industry, Aluvision combines bold imagination with unmatched engineering and manufacturing expertise. The Aluvision frame system offers solutions for straight and curved walls, LED videowalls, hanging signs, and display and retail setups. Durability, reusability, precision, flexibility and modularity are the core features.

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