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  • 15.10.2020  TCEB’s Unveils Operational Plan FY2021: Four Strategies for Business Recovery and Sustainable Growth

    Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) has unveiled its Operational Plan for fiscal year 2021 (FY2021) aimed at lifting Thailand’s meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) industry out of crisis and strengthening the industry’s fundamentals for sustainability.

  • 13.10.2020  UFI Global Congress goes digital from 16 to 19 November

    UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry, confirms that this year’s Global Congress will be a digital-only event, taking place from 16 to 19 November. The event’s main theme is “Resilience”.

  • 30.09.2020  HML welcomes Hong Kong Government’s announcement to launch Convention and Exhibition Industry Subsidy Scheme

    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Limited ("HML") today said it welcomes the announcement that the Hong Kong SAR Government will launch the Convention and Exhibition Industry Subsidy Scheme (“Subsidy Scheme”) on 3rd October 2020.

  • 24.09.2020  DWTC and MCH Group to host this year’s ‘glocalised’ UFI Global Congress

    UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry, is pleased to announce the two congress hosts of the physical congress locations. The two on-site events will be hosted by Dubai World Trade Center (UAE) and by MCH Group (Switzerland).

  • 15.09.2020  AIPC, ICCA and UFI: “Good Practice Guide: addressing Covid-19 requirements for re-opening business events - version 2"

    An increasing number of markets around the world have begun to reopen business events with varying Covid-19 protocols in place. While some cities in China are now operating full calendars, increasing number of exhibitions and live events are taking place in Europe, the Middle East and North and South America. Despite the necessity to shift to digital only events in recent months, numerous studies have shown that companies are eager to return to meeting face-to-face at live events as their preferred marketing channel to reconnect with customers and suppliers and rebuild their businesses following the pandemic.

  • 08.09.2020  Shenzhen World successfully hosted the world’s largest furniture exhibition

    Shenzhen World successfully hosted the world’s largest furniture exhibition

    Shenzhen World, the largest trade fair venue globally, has successfully hosted the Shenzhen International Furniture Exhibition, which took place from August 20 until 23. With the gradual reopening of the exhibition business in China by the central Government many venues have restarted operations. To date, however, most shows have seen significant reductions in size and attendance.

  • 07.09.2020  TCEB helps international trade show organisers To Re-Energize their exhibitions in Thailand

    TCEB helps international trade show organisers To Re-Energize their exhibitions in Thailand

    The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) has unveiled a new support scheme to help organisers of international tradeshows in Thailand get back to business in the wake of Covid-19.

  • 02.09.2020  EPFIC 2020 recorded 1300 participants, marking a glorious 10th anniversary

    EPFIC 2020 recorded 1300 participants, marking a glorious 10th anniversary

    From 19 to 21 August, the 10th Expo Project Fair for International Cooperation (Nanjing)2020 (EPFIC 2020) was successfully held in Nanjing Air-hub International Expo Center. The theme of this event was "ten years of dream building, rise in water". It was co-organized by the People's Government of Lishui District of Nanjing City, China International Conference and Exhibition Magazine Agency. The event made great breakthrough and remarkable achievements in the aspects of the number of participants and trade effect.

  • 01.09.2020  Business benefits directly from trade fairs - especially during the corona crisis

    The German economy is currently experiencing considerable declines in sales due to the corona pandemic. Investments and private purchases are often postponed or even cancelled. At the same time, the trade fair industry, otherwise the most important instrument of business-to-business communication, has difficulties getting back on track, partly because many exhibiting companies are now asking themselves: do we rely on trade fair participation to get our own business going? Or do we rather prefer waiting until the industry recovers, because then the success of the trade fair will probably be greater and other basic conditions will have improved?

  • 27.08.2020  UFI: New findings of the Global Recovery Project revealed

    UFI and Explori are today releasing new findings from the ongoing “Global Recovery Project” research. The study programme is conducted by live events research specialists, Explori in partnership with UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry and supported by SISO, the Society for Independent Show Organizers.

  • 17.08.2020  Hong Kong government urged to provide more support to help Hong Kong exhibition and convention industry ride out Covid-19 storm

    The Hong Kong Exhibition & Convention Industry Association (“HKECIA” and “the Association”) presented results of the latest member survey “Impact of Covid-19 to Hong Kong Exhibition & Convention Industry” (“Survey”) to representatives of Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (“HKSAR”) on 11 August 2020 and urged the authority to provide more support to help Hong Kong exhibition and convention industry ride out Covid-19 storm.

  • 14.08.2020  Meet in Malaysia @ Malaysia Business Events Week (MBEW)

     Meet in Malaysia @ Malaysia Business Events Week (MBEW)

    The event will once again bring enormous impact in developing Malaysia’s business events tourism sector. Brought to you by Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB), MBEW will take place on 24 and 25 August 2020 at the World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur.

  • 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.

  • 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.

Global Exhibitions Day 2020

04.06.2020

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.

Governments around the world revisited polices towards exhibitions, while GED activities and messages were being spread across the world. Over the past few days, New Zealand decided to allow events of all sizes to take place again beginning the second week in June. Greece announced exhibitions can restart 1 July. Germany announced event logistic companies and companies connected to trade shows and events are eligible for funds from a €25B fund set up to assist with Covid-19 related revenue loss. As well, in the US state of Texas, it was declared that exhibitions and convention centres can reopen now at 50% of their usual occupancy.

Over the course of the GED campaign, UFI was able to track* 8,376 mentions, through unique posts and messages, that had a potential reach of 715m people. Thousands of people participated live in at least 21 webinars and hybrid events, and on 3 June, as well as in the lead-up, many more activities, celebrating the people and power of exhibitions, took place throughout the industry.

Mary Larkin, UFI president & president of Diversified Communications, said, “I am astounded with the participation in this year’s Global Exhibitions Day. Our unique industry took-up the challenge to make sure we were seen and heard by policy makers and by our customers. As exhibitions begin to restart across the world, we will reconnect and rebuild businesses. As an industry, we must take the momentum and awareness we’ve generated into the next phases of our advocacy work.”

Much like the exhibitions and events that the industry hosts, GED was a day for showcasing our industry, as well as having a bit of fun and sharing our stories. Some of the most prominent actions during GED 2020 were the “voices of the exhibition industry” quote cards, the GED celebration videos, and the memorable moments in exhibitions added to the map on globalexhibitionsday.org. 

“This year’s GED put into the spotlight both the size and passion of our industry and the importance of exhibitions in economic recovery. It was also an opportunity to see the diversity and multicultural nature of exhibitions and our industry,” said Kai Hattendorf, CEO of UFI. “There are important movements going on now to fight racial injustice. Exhibitions, and those in the industry who run them, should reflect the best of our societies, diversity, equality, openness, and a curiosity of what’s beyond our own sphere. As an industry that brings people together, we condemn racism and we stand in solidarity with those who fight it.”

The work of spreading the key messages of GED 2020 will continue throughout the year, and the next Global Exhibitions Day will be held on 2 June 2021.

 
 

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