Messe Frankfurt India: Leading exhibitions postponed due to new lockdown guidelines

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24 April 2021: In line with the recent announcements and new measures in place to tackle resurging cases in Mumbai, Industry leading shows such as Gartex Texprocess India, Screen Print India, ISH India powered by IPA, Media Expo and LED Expo have been rescheduled. The state government’s recent advisories aimed at breaking the spread of…

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Shenyang EXPO’s third reopening reflects resilience of exhibitions

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24 April 2021: Shenyang New World EXPO reopened on March 10th 2021 for its third time due to previous governmental mandated COVID related closures in January, April and December of 2020. The activity following clearly indicated the resilience of the exhibition industry in Shenyang, Liaoning’s provincial capital city, as well as within the northeast region…

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CPhI Worldwide given green light by Italian Government

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24 April 2021: CPhI Worldwide (9-11 November, 2021), the world’s largest pharma trade exhibition, will return to Milan, stimulating vital growth in the region and across global pharma. The announcement comes after the Italian Government confirmed all trade shows, conferences and exhibitions will take place in the country again from July 1st, 2021 onwards. To…

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Messe Munchen Restructures Company and Reduces Size of its Board of the Managment

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24 April 2021: The impact of the COVID-19 has required Messe München to reorganize the company and reduce the size of its six-member Board of Management. The company’s shareholders have placed managerial responsibility in the hands of Klaus Dittrich, Dr. Reinhard Pfeiffer and Stefan Rummel. The ongoing pandemic has created enormous challenges for the trade…

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WTTC reveals Travel & Tourism sector’s contribution to Italy’s GDP dropped by €121 billion in 2020

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22 April 2021: World Travel & Tourism Council’s annual Economic Impact Report (EIR) reveals that the dramatic collapse of Italy’s Travel & Tourism sector has wiped out a staggering €120.6 billion from the nation’s economy. The annual EIR, which represents the global Travel & Tourism private sector, shows the sector’s impact on GDP dropped 51%….

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