Trade shows

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    British summer trade fairs hang tough

    Besides a difficult economic environment in Europe, the British also had to overcome disruptions related to the Olympics. Pure London managed to stay stable despite a shift in its dates,...

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    Flip: a new trade show kickflips into England

    The British organizer of ITE Moda is going gangbusters. Following its recent takeover of the London menswear Jacket Required show, the company is launching the first edition of Flip, a...

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    Bread & Butter to begin on a Tuesday

    Bread & Butter will be held from Tuesday through Thursday from now on, in an acknowledgment of the importance for the visitors to attend the Parisian trade shows.

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    Texworld: 94 new exhibitors expected

    Messe Frankfurt’s Parisian trade show is expecting a minimum of 750 exhibitors, including 94 newcomers, for its next edition that will run from September 17th to the 20th.

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    OutDoor enjoys modest gains

    OutDoor, which closed its doors Sunday, attracted 21,730 trade visitors, an increase of just 200 more than in 2011. Buyers are more demanding than in the past.

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    ITE Moda buys trade show Jacket Required

    British trade show organizer ITE Moda has bought menswear fair Jacket Required, whose third edition has just come to a close in London. Its founders will continue to oversee the event and...

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    Mare D’Amare to head to Russia

    The Italian beachwear trade show, which will be held in Florence from 14th to 16th of July, is embarking on a number of projects. The first trade show to be streamed live on the internet,...

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    Maison & Objet seeks "The Essential"

    It may be the effect of changes taking place in the company, or perhaps the crisis that struck the economy, but the trade show Maison & Objet has decided adopt a new organizational...