ExpoForum Enters Asian Markets
The company opens an office in the Pacific Rim
ExpoForum is continuing to expand its geographical presence by opening an office in the Chinese capital of Beijing. This is part of ExpoForum’s mission to internationalize its activities and open its exhibits to a number of Pacific Rim countries: China, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand.
This development is in line with the latest trends in the exhibition industry. The accelerating growth of the Chinese market and the Asian region’s impact on the global economy have caused European international exhibition producers to step up their presence in China. With the new office, ExpoForum will join the ranks of major German, British, and Italian exhibition operators already represented on the Asian market.
The office will focus on working with collective organizers and developing partnerships with the region’s state agencies and industry and exhibition associations.
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