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Messe Frankfurt Buys Thailand Lighting Fair and Thailand Building Fair

Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd has acquired Thailand Lighting Fair and Thailand Building Fair to expand the worldwide portfolio of its Light + Building brand of trade fairs.

Powered by Messe Frankfurt since their inception in 2015, the two fairs now will officially form part of the Light + Building family that totals 14 fairs around the globe.

Pico Far East’s Revenues Down 4 Percent in 2017

Hong Kong-listed Pico Far East announced its annual results, for the year ended Oct. 31, 2017.

The company reported total revenues of US$510 million, down by 4 percent year-on-year. The company attributed the decline to the end of two non-recurring mega projects in the previous year.

The company’s net profit fell 6.3 percent during the year, down to US$36 million. Diluted earnings per share for the year were HK$0.2286 (US$0.029).

More than 80 percent of Pico’s revenues were generated from its exhibition & event marketing services, amounting to US$409 million.

MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA 2018 to Present Solutions for Future of Medtech

As a specialist exhibition on manufacturing processes for medical technology, the 4th edition of MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA, Manufacturing Processes for Medical Technology Exhibition and Conference, will focus on new manufacturing technology and automation which play vital roles in driving innovation and operations. The event will highlight companies covering the spectrum of additive manufacturing, 3D printing technologies, imaging and diagnostic imaging solutions as well as nano manufacturing and automated solutions.

Shanghai Jewellery Fair Sees Record Visitor Turnout

The 13th edition of the China International Gold, Jewellery & Gem Fair - Shanghai (Shanghai Jewellery Fair) drew 6,522 unique visitors, up 36 percent, compared with the show's 2016 edition.

The increase in visitor numbers proves that the fair – East China's leading jewellery event – is growing in the right direction and steadily expanding its international reach.

U.S.-based Czarnowski Expands with Shanghai Office

 Czarnowski, a full-service exhibit and event marketing company, recently opened an office in Shanghai. 

The Shanghai office is Czarnowski’s first in China and 24th worldwide.
 
“Our new Shanghai office will allow us to better serve our China-based customers as well as our United States and European customers as they increase their exhibiting activity in China,” said Bob DeFacci, global managing director for Czarnowski.