For the first time in five years, an overwhelming majority of the world’s show organizers are optimistic, according to a series of reports released recently by UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry.
Doctors and officials at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in Chicago noted significant progress toward modernizing clinical cancer research, but warned that advances against cancer could stagnate as a result of recent cuts to U.S. biomedical research funding.
MEDICAL WORLD AMERICAS, a new tradeshow that will launch in April in Houston, has released the names of its executive advisory committee, which will be headed by Dr. Robert C. Robbins, president and CEO of the Texas Medical Center.
As UBM Canon prepared for its latest edition of Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) East, it also prepared for another landmark, the 30th anniversary of the show that focuses on health care design and manufacturing.
Health care show organizers and exhibitors alike indicated they are ready to move beyond the traditional medical tradeshow model in the opening general session of the 2013 HCEA Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.
The sale of Nielsen Expositions closed today, with Nielsen Holdings passing the tradeshow business on to Toronto-based Onex Corp. for $950 million. At the same time, it took on a new name, Emerald Expositions.