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Jan 25, 2012
Trade Show News Network, a division of U.K.-based Tarsus Group, is pleased to announce Louisville, Ky., has been chosen as the host for the 3rd Annual TSNN T-awards: Celebrating Trade Show Excellence Nov. 2-4. モWe are very excited and honored to bring the TSNN T-awards to Louisville and have no doubt the award winners will be impressed with what the city has to offer as a first-class trade show destination,ヤ said Rachel Wimberly, TSNN's president. モThis event will honor the most successful tradeshows in the country for 2011. Louisville is thrilled to be the host city for these prominent… more
Jan 25, 2012
Reed Exhibitions recently released the results of its delayed in-cosmetics Asia show. The exhibition was originally scheduled to be held in November in Bangkok, Thailand. The event was delayed until mid-December due to the severe flooding that hit Thailand last autumn. in-cosmetics Asia attracted nearly 3,900 visitors – including more than 1,000 from 53 countries. 266 companies from 29 countries exhibited at the show – a 13 percent increase, compared with the 2010 edition of the event. in-cosmetics covered 3,329 square meters at Bangkok's International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC).… more
Jan 25, 2012
According to the Thailand Convention… more
Jan 25, 2012
VNU Exhibitions Europe and TTC Exhibition… more
Jan 25, 2012
Plans to build a US$55 million international convention centre have been approved by the Indian state government of Bihar. The riverside centre, to be constructed near the Gandhi Maidan, will reportedly have seating capacity for 5,000, which includes three meeting halls each with a seating capacity of 50 to 300. Other facilities planned for the completed project will include a plenary hall, cultural and media centres, VIP lounge, shopping areas and a food court. Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister of Bihar, said, モThe government has already given its in-principle approval to the project, which is… more
Jan 23, 2012
Merchandise Mart Properties Inc.'s Cleveland Medical Mart… more
Jan 23, 2012
Italy's Fiera Milano and Singex Exhibition Ventures, supported by the Singapore Exhibition… more

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