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Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University hosts Loeries Exhibition

The free travelling Loeries Exhibition will arrive at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth from 4-8 August 2014.

25 Jul 2014 08:15

Africa's first focused trade fair for furniture, décor and design has launched

On 10 July, the doors seamlessly opened to what promises to continue to be the most important decor, furniture and retail event on the African continent. This was the inaugural Inspire Trade Expo, which ran until 12 July 2014 and was the brainchild of expo genius Rina Fortmann, who was not only a director of SARCDA for many years, but who also chaired EXSA (Exhibition Association Of Southern Africa). This show was a properly controlled trade show where every single visitor had to pass a host of stringent criteria in order to be allowed access, due to the focus being on quality trade visitors instead of thousands of consumers.

Issued by Inspire Trade Exhibition 23 Jul 2014 12:33

The final countdown to the 2014 Gauteng Motor Show

The annual Gauteng Motor Show is once again gearing up to deliver its highly anticipated one-stop extreme 'moto-tainment' show, merging the thrill of live-action performances with audience entertainment aplenty.

Issued by Thebe Reed Exhibitions 21 Jul 2014 11:21

Exhibition success: Revive your exhibition marketing strategy (Part 1)

Have you ever wondered why your competitors continue to invest their valuable money and time into selected exhibition shows...year after year? Each year they show up with a larger or newly designed exhibition stand, a well-defined exhibition message, fully knowledgeable, eager and motivated exhibition staff, attendees flocking to their stand whilst casually strolling right past yours. Hmmm...what do they have that you don't?

Issued by SSQ Exhibitions 18 Jul 2014 12:18

Print remains significant in communications

According to the Canon South Africa's Market Insights Report, print is still essential in South Africa. Although there's a continuing and fervent move to digital communication platforms, print is set to remain an important and potentially more significant part of businesses' communications and marketing mix.

18 Jul 2014 09:01