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Emerald Expositions, the organiser of the Interbike trade exhibition, has announced that the 2018 event will now call Reno Tahoe home in a deal running until 2022. Kicking off the conference call to press Emerald Expositions’ Darrell Denny said four considerations formed the decision process; the need for a unifying event; a tipping point on desire for venue change; better control of costs and for dealers to be back in their shops ready for the busy weekend period. Outdoor Retailer, also owned…Find out more »
Starting with a trade only day on the 27th, followed by three days of consumer days, the 2018 Cycle Show returns to the Birmingham NEC. For most consumers the exhibition is the first chance to see new products for the up coming model year in the flesh and thus an opportunity for brands to create early demand. The team behind the show have a deep experience in organising events and will once again be putting on demos, stage talks, creating…Find out more »
The Taiwan External Trade Council organised Taipei Cycle Show will move to Autumn dates from 2018, the organisers have revealed. Having been a subject of industry discussion for some time, Taitra last year produced a survey for exhibitors asking, among other questions, whether an October date would be preferred. Over 60% of respondents called for the dates to be shunted back, revealed the responses. Trade can find out more about the exhibition at www.taipeicycle.com.twFind out more »
Running just five months after the 2018 instalment, Taipei Cycle 2019 has resettled on its original March scheduling. The exhibition will take place in the Nangang Exhibition Centre, which will run at a slightly reduced capacity in 2019, offering space for around 3,400 booths. By 2020 the organisers expect to have back full booking control at the venue, reverting to a space able to accommodate 4,500 booths. In 2019, hall 1 of Nangang’s centre and Hall 3 of Taipei’s World…Find out more »
Eurobike 2019 will revert back to late summer in Friedrichshafen, with the organisers adjusting the previously announced dates to a new fixture running September 4th to 7th (Wednesday to Saturday). “The wish expressed by numerous market players to move Eurobike to a later date in future has received tremendous support both during and after the past trade exhibition. We are now pleased to be responding to this wish and are moving Eurobike back to its traditional date at the beginning of September,”…Find out more »
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