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Thailand Bureau Extends UFI Sponsorship(Nichapa Yoswee, left, SVP for Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau, and UFI President Craig Newman seal the deal to extend sponsorship agreement.)
5 June 2019 is Global Exhibitions DayThe fourth edition of Global Exhibitions Day is to be held on 5 June 2019, celebrating events and exhibitions around the world.
AFRICAN SWINE FEVER THREAT CANCELS WORLD PORK EXPOThe National Pork Producers Council’s board of directors canceled World Pork Expo 2019 out of an abundance of caution, as African swine fever (ASF) continues to spread in China and other parts of Asia.
JAVITS CENTER EXPANDS ITS JUNIORS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM April 10, 2019Javits Center has expanded and extended its Javits Juniors Scholarship Program, designed to support the higher education of local high school students while encouraging them to seek ways of improving their community through public service and innovative thinking.
EU Presidency Holds Trial Run at Prague Congress CentreThe Czech Republic, preparing for the EU presidency in 2022, hosted a “trial run” on March 19 to share the experience of presidency of Slovakia and Romania with project management presenting modern audio-visual and communication technologies.
International Focus: South American Countries Strengthen Ties with ChinaSouth American Countries Strengthen Ties with China
HERE’S WHAT TRADE SHOW PROFESSIONALS REALLY WANT IN EVENT TECHNOLOGYIf you could create the perfect event tech platform that would solve all of your event-related issues while helping you to achieve your ultimate trade show goals, what would that technology look like? We posed this question to three seasoned trade show professionals and here’s what they had to say.
THE REST OF THE STORY: VISIT DALLAS SPEAKS OUT FOLLOWING CITY AUDITCVBs are thrilled to be in headlines when it comes to stories boasting record tourism to their respective cities, often for which they deserve credit. Yet Visit Dallas could have done without the media blitz that ensued this month following the release of an audit in January that revealed numbers viewed as unsavory to some.