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The Trade Fair Industry in Asia – 12th Edition (2016)

The 2016 UFI Report researched and compiled by Business Strategies Group. First comprehensive study of Asia’s trade fair industry. Leaflet here… The Trade Fair Industry in Asia – 12th Edition (2016) – Leaflet Order form here… The Trade Fair Industry in Asia – 12th Edition (2016) – Order Form

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Global Exhibition Barometer 17th Edition (July 2016)

This study is based on a global survey conducted in June 2016. It represents up to date information on the development and the outlook of the global exhibition industry as well as on 16 specific countries and zones. Global Exhibition Barometer 17th Edition (July 2016)

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Euro Fair Statistics 2015

Certified key figures of exhibitions in Europe. The 2015 edition contains the certified statistics of 2,420 exhibitions from 23 countries. Euro Fair Statistics 2015

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Best Practices in Sustainability

One of UFI’s missions is to promote, encourage and support sustainability within the exhibition industry. To this end, its annual award schemes are proving very successful in identifying best practices and sharing them with our stakeholders worldwide. Best Practices in Sustainability

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UFI and Explori Global Visitor Insights (November 2016 Edition)

The purpose of this report is to provide organisers with insight into the perceptions of tradeshow visitors across all major exhibition markets. Insight of this kind is essential to help organisers properly understand their visitors – their behaviours, their level of loyalty and advocacy, their needs – and, the extent to which these needs are…

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Australia’s International Business Events Sector: the Economic...

This report focuses on the economic value of international business events facilitated by Australia’s network of convention bureaux – this is a subset of the broader business events sector, which is referenced in early parts of this report for context and comparison. Australia’s International Business Events Sector: the Economic and Strategic Value Proposition

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Business Events: Delivering Economic Prosperity for Australia

International business events play a significant role in building a stronger, more productive and more diverse Australian economy. Around the world, business events are being used as strategic tools for attracting trade, investment and global talent. Governments invest in and support the business event sector because they recognise the high yield and long-term benefits accruing…

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Canadian Economic Impact Study

The aim of the Canadian Economic Impact Study (CEIS) 3.0 was to report on the economic significance of meetings, specifically business events, held in Canada for the base year 2012. Canadian Economic Impact Study

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UK Economic Impact Study

The UK-EIS study estimates 2011 meetings activity and profile (meeting volume, venue volume, types, number of attendees and expenditure) in the UK and models the contribution that meetings activity made to the national economy. We regret that the MPI UK Impact Study is no longer available on the MPI webite.

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The Economic Significance of Meetings to the US Economy

This study quantifies the economic contributions made by the more than 1.8 million meetings, trade shows, conventions, congresses, incentive events and other meetings that take place across the United States. The Economic Significance of Meetings to the US Economy

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