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BizBash Live LA 2017: a High-energy Experience Full of Passion – By Gwendolyn C.W. Campbell

Photos by Philip A.Hoffman There is an energy groups of people bring to an event.  BizBash L.A. 2017 brought energy and passion to the forefront along with a new state of conference offerings meant to inspire and inform. BizBash L.A.

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Super Bright LEDs Lights the Way Online for the Trade Show Industry and More

ECN Interview with Mike Mueller of Super Bright LEDs At right, Mike Mueller and wife, Lisa Exhibit City News: Let’s start with a little about you and your background and how you entered the lighting industry. Mike Mueller: I was

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Artificial Intelligence Services That Can Boost Your Trade Show ROI – By Jessica Ablamsky

What is Artificial Intelligence? It’s not quite The Jetsons. The iconic cartoon featuring a witty robotic maid prepared generations of children for robot assistants that help humans with a variety of mundane and complex tasks. But not all artificial intelligence

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Latin America Becomes the New Frontier for Many Trade Show Managers – By Amber Johnson

According to the most recent research of UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, optimism is flying high in the trade show world, and nowhere is that optimism more buoyant than Latin America. Nations from Mexico to Argentina are

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Bospar Trade Show Success Survey: Big Trade Shows Out, Small Trade Shows In

While most marketers say large trade shows aren’t worth the investment, many feel that small industry conferences like the one at right are worthwhile and that social media is critical to the success of all events  Bospar, the boutique PR

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Free Trade Talks Cause Unrest in Exhibition Industry – By Cynthya Porter

When the North American Free Trade Agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada was enacted in 1994, it created the largest free trade area in the world, linking what officials estimate to be some 444 million people producing $17

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Romance on the Tradeshow Road – Valentine Special

For the Love of Trucking, Tradeshows and Each Other By Arthur Bloberger Shaunda Peck and Johnny Bates met in 2008 when they were both working for a refrigerator carrier out of Springfield, Missouri. But, having recently created a bookkeeping program

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SPARGO Managed Expositions Take Nine Spots in the Fastest 50 Circle

SPARGO, Inc. is pleased to announce that nine of their exposition sales and management clients have been honored with the Trade Show Executives “Fastest 50” tradeshows designation for their 2016 shows. In addition, TSE has named the 2016 FAST TRACKERS

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Fourth Annual American Int’l Motorcycle Expo Welcomed Largest Number of Consumers to Date

Sights Set on Columbus in 2017 Following Memorable Tenure in Orlando, Fla. Just over one week ago, the Fourth Annual American International Motorcycle Expo bid farewell to its founding host city of Orlando, Florida, capping off a memorable tenure inside

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Meeting Planners Underusing Technology

A study conducted by Meeting Professionals International found that although the majority of meeting planners surveyed believe technology enhances a coordinator’s ability to plan, most are not using technology themselves to the extent that they could be. Around 60 percent

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