Sydney’s conventions industry makes a comeback
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By Kristan Obeng and Zeenath Haniff
Thieves cost JCK Show exhibitors millions
Security & safety is the way of life at facilities
Planning for a tradeshow can be burdensome at times. With travel, staff training, exhibit design, pre-show marketing and an endless list of show-related tasks, it can be difficult for event marketers to juggle everything at once.
…but this is harder to do without a marshalling yard
Seven U.S. facilities extend logistics provider’s reach
One of the fastest growing of the six CORT Business Services Corp. divisions – all part of multinational conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway – CORT Trade Show & Event Furnishings has become the longest-operating exhibit and event rental furnishings provider.
Brennan O’Donnell has worked tradeshow security for a year as part of Imperial Security, one of the largest security guard companies in the U.S.
The Exhibition Services & Contractors Association (ESCA) held its annual ESCA Summer Educational Conference June 28-July 1 at the Resort at Squaw Creek in California.
SmartCrowdz, an event website and mobile app company, launched its new branded event app offering July 1. With a branded mobile app, event planners can provide a custom event experience in the palm of each attendee’s hand.
“We don’t like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out.” Decca recording company rejecting the Beatles, 1962
When people think of the most desirable convention cities, they often think of beachy destinations offering a variety of visitor attractions – places like LA and Orlando.
School’s out for the summer nearly everywhere, and millions of college students are flocking to a variety of businesses, large and small, for those coveted summer internships.
Exhibit City News (ECN), a trade publication serving the meeting, tradeshow and convention industries, announced today its upcoming series focusing on event labor and installation and dismantle services, or I&D.
My first exposure to the phrase ‘together everyone achieves more’ came in 1985.
What an awful thought—asking for a raise.
It is fitting that only days after people around the globe came together for Earth Day (April 22), the world’s fair, Expo Milano 2015, opened in Milan, Italy with the theme, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.”
What rhymes with “heavenly” and has the power to inspire great change right here on planet earth in only one week? The answer is Sevenly – a small company with a big reach.
When companies begin, no matter how small and on how many “shoestrings” – if they begin in mother-in-law’s garage or basement family room – money and funding are in short supply.
“We do not just build. We provide total solutions for our clients.” – A practice that Kingsmen has stuck unwaveringly to for the past 39 years amidst changing industry dynamics.
Founded in 2013 as a design and project management agency, S[+]UDIOS, also known as PLUS Studios, has grown in size and function since Matt Naert started the company.
Comic-Con International, the pop-culture mega convention that has called San Diego home since it was founded 45 years ago, will be staying in San Diego through 2018. San Diego’s largest convention, which attracts more than 130,000 attendees to the San…
The second Routes Silk Road — the route development forum that connects Asia, the CIS, Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East — will open this weekend in Tbilisi, Georgia.
AichG, an events branding and consulting firm, announced that it will be working with The Event Planner Expo once again this year. Presented by EMRG Media, the exposition will take place Oct. 7 at The Metropolitan Pavilion in New York.
ProExhibits, an award-winning design and production team of exhibit, event and environment experts, moved to its new 65,000 square-foot manufacturing facility, located in Silicon Valley. The custom structure, designed by Mauk Design Principal Mitchell Mauk will house ProExhibits’ expanded manufacturing…
On May 1, 2014, Carpenters Union Local 8 and Teamsters Local 107 picketed outside SMG-managed Pennsylvania Convention Center (PACC) over failed contract renegotiations. This shakedown would shake up the exhibition industry, leading to an ensuing legal battle that over a…
Sydney’s conventions industry makes a comeback
Condit Exhibits honors longtime craftsman
Go big or go home! MC2 chose the former by hiring seven employees across its Northeast division.
Amy Sondrup, managing director, Access TCA has been named to the Healthcare Convention & Exhibitors Association (HCEA) board of directors.
Andaz Wall Street, the only hotel situated on Wall Street in New York, welcomed a new director of sales and marketing who will generate revenue for the hotel through room bookings, meetings, weddings and events.
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau, the official visitor information center for visitors to the Shreveport-Bossier metro area in Louisiana, hired a convention and tourism sales assistant.
Three new employees joined the Pasadena Center Operating Company (PCOC) last month to fill vital roles with the Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau (PCVB) and at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau has announced the appointment of a new member to the Greater Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau Commission.
Mirror Show Management, a woman-owned exhibit design and customer experience firm located in Webster, N.Y., hired five new employees.
Global Experience Specialists (GES), a global full service provider for live events, announced the promotions of several experienced leaders on its U.S Exhibition Sales team.
MG Design, which offers exhibit design and event management services, added a new senior global business development executive.