EXPO SEASON KICKS OFF IN FEBRUARY

The 2015 exhibition and event season kicks off in February with an exciting portfolio of trade and consumer events all around the country that will generate business in all sectors of the economy.
The 2015 exhibition and event season kicks off in February with an exciting portfolio of trade and consumer events all around the country that will generate business in all sectors of the economy.<br />FEBRUARY EXHIBITIONS SEE A MIX OF RETAIL, LIFESTYLE AND AEROSPACE.EEAA MEMBER EVENTS SET THE SCENE FOR BUSINESS The 2015 exhibition and event season ...

FEBRUARY EXHIBITIONS SEE A MIX OF RETAIL, LIFESTYLE AND AEROSPACE.

EEAA MEMBER EVENTS SET THE SCENE FOR BUSINESS

 

The 2015 exhibition and event season kicks off in February with an exciting portfolio of trade and consumer events all around the country that will generate business in all sectors of the economy.

 

Buyers, sellers and aficionados of all types from around Australia and around the world will gather to do business or simply explore what the latest trends are in areas as diverse as aerospace, retail, food and wine, health and wellbeing – and also business events.

 

Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) Chief Executive, Joyce DiMascio, said Members of the Association were delivering events that enabled participants to engage with thousands of companies, presenting new products and experiences.

 

“The expo year kicks off with exciting shows where thousands of exhibitors will present their products to the market. From aerospace to retail, health and well-being to lifestyle, the February program is diverse and exciting. Reed Gift Fairs launches the season with its February show in Melbourne.” she said.

 

“After a summer of spectacular major events including cricket, football, tennis, arts and cultural festivals, New Year’s Eve and Australia Day, our Member venues will now transform into business hubs for a new season of trade and consumer shows. Our supplier Members will turn their hand now to creating unique spaces at exhibition and event centres around the country.”

Source: www.eeaa.com.au