The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show recently took place in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 23 to 27. The show was a huge hit for members of the broadcasting, radio, and television industries! Here is a summary of the show, complete with some of the event’s top highlights.
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The hot topic around the world right now is the supply chain and all the interruptions that are leading to issues like delayed shipments, slow order fulfillment, and more. Those who work in the supply chain, logistics, and trucking industry recently gathered at the MODEX 2022 Show in Atlanta. Here are some of the highlights from the event.
If you work in the trade show or event marketing industry, you need to put EXHIBITORLIVE on your calendar! Hosted by EXHIBITOR Magazine, EXHIBITORLIVE is easily one of the world’s most comprehensive educational events for those in the exhibiting field. Read on for some reasons why you may want to consider attending!
The Global Pet Expo, one of the pet industry’s largest events, recently took place in Orlando. This trade show provides an incredible opportunity for pet product manufacturers and retailers, as well as other pet professionals like veterinarians, to learn and network. Check out our quick summary and highlights.
HIMSS22 is the largest health care information and technology event of the year. Professionals from all over the world regularly attend this trade show to connect and learn about the latest and most innovative tools on the market. This year, HIMSS was held in Orlando and we’re excited to share a summary of the event and some key highlights.
After taking two years off because of the pandemic, the Natural Products Expo West show returned with a big splash. The in-person event took place in Anaheim, California this year, with more than 2,700 companies exhibiting a wide range of organic food and beverage products. Here are some highlights from the 2022 trade show.
Two big trade shows made a joint comeback in February, much to the delight of home decor and renovation enthusiasts everywhere. The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) and the International Builders Show (IBS) were co-hosted in Orlando. Check out some highlights from these events, as well as some insight into what organizers did to make them safe and successful.
The 44th Annual NSSF SHOT Show returned in-person on January 18th for the first time since 2020. Held in Las Vegas, it’s the largest event for the sport shooting, hunting and the outdoors industry. Attendees, exhibitors, and show organizers were excited to be back face-to-face at one of the more interactive trade shows on the schedule. Check out these highlights.
Though some trade shows have been postponed or shifted to online-only events in the two years since the start of the pandemic, many show organizers have worked hard to find solutions that allow in-person shows to take place safely. The masterminds behind the World of Concrete 2022 trade show are the latest example of how to safely host a major in-person event.
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the biggest events of the year for those in the tech sector. And despite the pandemic, the show was able to take place live this year, If you weren’t able to attend in person and are feeling a bit left out, we have some of the highlights for you in this blog post.
We think we can speak for everyone in the industry when we say it was refreshing to see so many trade shows and live events this summer. With the 4th quarter of 2021 already around the corner, this list of large trade shows will get you excited for the future comeback of trade shows going into the new year.
The past year and a half have certainly been a whirlwind for any industry that relies on being able to have face-to-face interactions. While we understand we certainly aren’t “in the clear” yet, we are choosing to stay positive and focus on all of the good that has happened for the trade show industry this summer! Here is a recap of a few success stories from trade shows and events that took place in June and July 2021.
Las Vegas is the most well-known city for hosting some of the largest and most popular trade shows and events in the country, and it’s starting to get ready to roar once again. Hosting some of the top-rated trade shows as well as bringing in millions of attendees, there is no doubt that it will be ready for a rapid comeback in 2021 into 2022.
Trade shows are being rescheduled left and right. Some are in-person, some online and some a hybrid of both. While every month that passes is gradually growing in the amount of in-person shows returning, July is looking promising for several large shows across multiple industries. Here are a few big shows that are making a comeback.
After a successful April 2019 event, CinemaCon, the largest gathering for the worldwide motion picture theater industry, closed its doors for the 2020 year. While the show was originally canceled, and then scheduled to take place in April of 2021, it was again postponed to its new set dates in August 2021. Read how CinemaCon is prepared to jumpstart the excitement and buzz surrounding the box office this summer.