This week there are a number of updates for trade shows, which we have compiled into a single, one-off Trade Show Mixbag of news covering EAG International, EAS expo and IAAPA.
The organisers of next year’s EAG International are urging those attending the event to register now. Launched six years ago, EAG is now one of Europe’s key amusements trade events. Next year’s edition of the show is taking place at London’s ExCeL on January 13-15th.
The BACTA-organised show will be joined by the Visitor Attraction Expo, a new event presented by the trade association BALPPA. Both will be held at the same time, with visitors able to pass freely between the shows with a single badge.
Registration is now open at www.eagexpo.com
, with visitors to the website able to secure hotel and travel deals. View the exhibitor list and keep up to date with the latest expo news through the EAG International website
Early registration also means that attendees’ badges will be delivered to their door.
Don't forget EAS is opening it's doors this week!
There is something for everyone at Europe's premier event for the attractions industry. EAS will take place from 23rd until 25th September, 2014, at the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre, The Netherlands.
EAS 2014 will showcase an expansive exhibit floor with more than 410 exhibitors showcasing over 100 different products and services. Attendees will see products including rollercoasters, ticketing services, 4D and 5D theatres, water-rides, rides for small children, themed areas and much more.
Registration numbers so far have reached 4,700 Total Qualified Buyers and 7,800 visitors registered all up.
There are only a few days left to take advantage of the Super Saver discount for the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) Expo taking place in Orlando, Florida, on November 17th-21st for the conference portion and November 18th-21st for the trade show portion.
Register by September 23rd and save 40 percent. The IAAPA Expo showcases not only products and services from 1,000 exhibiting companies, but also offers behind the scene tours, special institutes, and much more. For more information, visit (www.iaapa.org