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TARSUS GROUP PROMOTES RACHEL WIMBERLY TO VP, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, TARSUS USUK.-based Tarsus Group has promoted Tarsus Media President Rachel Wimberly to VP of Business Development, Tarsus US.
Basel set for a record-breaking year in 20192019 is set to be a record-breaking year for the Congress Centre Basel (CCB) in Switzerland, which is expecting a greater number of events and attendees than ever before.
Italian Exhibition Group float private placement share offerItalian Exhibition Group announced, 27 November, it has filed an application to list its shares on the Italian Stock Exchange through a private placement exclusively reserved for qualified investors in Italy and institutional investors abroad.
Los Angeles Convention Center hires Vice President of Operations and Vice President of FinanceThe Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC), owned by the City of Los Angeles and managed by AEG Facilities, has announced the appointment of Shaun Davis, CVP (pictured left) as the new Vice President of Operations and Ben Zarhoud, CPA (right) as the new Vice President of Finance.
NEW WHITE PAPER DIVES DEEP INTO SUSTAINABILITY IN MEETINGS AND EVENTSThe United Nations defines sustainability as meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. However, there has been some murkiness as to what exactly that means with regard to events and what the definition of sustainability is for the events industry.
Acquisitions and investment for Nineteen GroupNineteen Group has announced the acquisition of Western Business Exhibitions (WBE) along with investment from private equity firm Phoenix Equity Partners.
Shenzhen World signs multi-year Diamond Sponsorship Agreement with UFIUFI, The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, has officially announced that Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Centre (Shenzhen World) will join its exclusive roster of UFI Diamond Sponsors.
dmg events opens new office in EgyptInternational events organisers dmg events has opened a new office in Egypt, as part of its continued expansion into Africa.