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Directory of European Trade Fairs

Author : Jackie Collins
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Describes U.S. Dept. of Commerce-supported trade fairs in Europe. Lists close to 1,000 regional trade fairs throughout Europe. Outlines steps companies should take to succeed at a trade fair.

European Trade Fairs

Author : Maryanne B. Kendall
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European Trade Fairs

Author : L. R. Thomas
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European Trade Fairs a Guide for Exporters

Author : United States. International Trade Administration
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European Trade Fairs

Author : L. R. Thomas
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Europe and Her Trade fairs

Author : European Travel Commission
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European Trade Fairs

Author : Maryanne B. Kendall
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European Trade Fairs

Author : Maryanne B. Lyons
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European Trade Fairs

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European Trade Fairs a Guide for Exporters

Author : Etats-Unis. International trade administration
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Your Show Master

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Trade Shows in the Globalizing Knowledge Economy

Author : Harald Bathelt
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This book presents a radically innovative view on trade shows as knowledge-rich places, where firms learn through observation and interaction with other economic actors, and as enablers, rather than mere consequences, of globalization. It is organized in four parts. Part I lays out the conceptual foundations of the knowledge-based perspective, from the early development of trade fairs to modern-day events. Part II analyses specific global developments, focussingon the trade show ecologies of Europe, North America, and the Asia-Pacific region. Part III investigates differences in the nature of knowledge generation practices across international hub shows,exports shows, and import shows in different industries, and investigates competition between such events. Part IV discusses the implications of a knowledge-based conceptualisation of trade shows.

Trends in Trade Fairs

Author : Johannes Marie Hubert Huynen
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China IPR SME Helpdesk

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This guide provides a comprehensive overview to Intellectual Property (IP) strategy and protection before, during and after a trade fair or exhibition in China. From a prevention point of view, although attending a trade fair or exhibition in China can reap substantial benefits, SMEs should be aware of associated IP risks and should understand that protecting IP at a trade fair requires preparation - often months in advance of the event.

Trade Fairs as Temporary Clusters in Europe

Author : Christoph Bruns
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Economic Geography, grade: 1,3, University of Cologne (Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeographisches Institut), course: The Economic Geography of the European Union, language: English, abstract: In our globalized world trade fairs are important events for firms to communicate and/or sell their products and services to a global audience. But besides this original aim of trade fairs, scientists go further and focus on the effects, which these temporary and spatial accumulations of professionals from the same or equal industries might have. According to that, a particular focus lies on inter-organizational learning processes, like they can be found in clusters. Thus, the central question of this report derives, whether in the European context trade fairs can be seen as temporary clusters, which would imply that trade fairs became central nodes connecting global economy. This issue is important, since both participating in trade fairs and searching for adequate interaction partners are costly and time intensive processes. If trade fairs provided equal benefits as temporary clusters, organizing and participating entities would expend more effort on planning and conducting the time before, during and after the trade fair. Apparently, benefiting from new knowledge pools is at least an important aspect in times of increasing innovation velocity. Finding a clear answer for the problem is not trivial, since the majority of available literature focuses on trade fairs in the context of a communication instrument in firm’s marketing mix. Furthermore there are difficulties to maintain a particular focus on Europe, since globalized world economy meets on international flagship trade fairs. Another aspect is the difficulty of measuring qualitative and quantifiable effects of spatial proximity in clusters, which additionally could be implemented to compare different forms of temporary clusters.

German Trade Fairs

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Business America

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Includes articles on international business opportunities.

The European Marketplace

Author : James Hogan
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Europe Now

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The Basics of Economics

Author : David Edward O'Connor
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Written by a nationally known teacher of economics, this guide provides an informative and engaging introduction to the study of economics for students, teachers, and the general public. Its 13 chapters, detailed glossary of key terms, and comprehensive index make this reference book easy to use. The list of selected readings and Web sites makes this work an indispensable reference tool for today's students.