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trade fair

an organized gathering of firms from different industries for the display and promotion of their goods and services to prospective customers. See TRADE SHOW, PROMOTIONAL MIX.
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- Market identification and pre-selection of coffee trade shows which are relevant to Fairtrade.
By using foreign trade shows as platforms to increase Taiwan's market profile abroad, TAITRA remains committed to promoting Taiwan's smart manufacturing and machine learning industries, reports UDN.
Design-2-Part shows are America's longest running contract manufacturing trade shows for the sourcing of custom parts, services, and design.
If you can communicate with industry insiders at a moment's notice, why bother to go to the extreme effort (and, in some manners, the expense) to attend trade shows and conventions?
They independently brave the discerning international market to participate in the most prestigious trade shows or present their latest creations in showrooms.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 18, 2018-Emerald Expositions Acquires East Coast Trade Show Boutique Design New York
Trade shows are an excellent way to stay updated on industry information, and to obtain valid information from key players who are in-the-know.
Don't miss the next installment of the PACK EXPO portfolio of trade shows. PACK EXPO East (April 16-18, 2018; Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia) will feature 400 exhibiting companies and spans 100,000 net square feet, providing the opportunity for attendees to exchange ideas with 6,000 peers.
Exhibitors of trade shows must understand that attendees are knowledgeable on the industry and therefore will know the questions to ask while discussing the concept in-person.
This year's trade show, which will be held July 12-14, 2015 at Mandalay Bay, is expected to welcome more than 27,000 attendees from 101 countries, and will debut multiple new programs and show areas.
In other NSSF news, the SHOT Show has been cited as one of the Top 25 fastest-growing trade shows based on attendance growth by a leading industry trade publication.
Trade shows exist for several different types of industries and they are beneficial for retailers, buyers, marketers, the media, and more.