Deadline Feb. 28: TSNN Accepting Submissions for 2014 Top 250, Top 50 Canadian Trade Show Lists
Each year, Trade Show News Network compiles a list of the Top 250 Trade Shows ranked by net square footage in the United States and Top 50 trade shows ranked by net sq. footage in Canada.
Submissions to be included on the 2014 lists are now open, and the shows must have occurred in 2014. The form to fill out is HERE, and the deadline is Feb. 28.
TSNN is proud to present valuable data to the industry, which is based on in-depth information provided by show organizers about their events.
In 2013, the Consumer Electronic Association’s massive International CES show in Las Vegas topped the TSNN Top 250 U.S. list for the second year in a row with impressive growth, jumping another 62,000-plus net square feet from 2012 to 2013, scoring a total 1,924,650 net sq. ft.
“The 2013 International CES was full of innovation and included executives from every major industry that touches technology,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, when the list was unveiled.
He added, “We are pleased to be recognized by Trade Show News Network for the success of the 2013 CES, which drew global business leaders from more than 160 countries.”
On the 2013 TSNN Top 50 Canadian trade show list, snagging the No. 1 spot once again was Regina Exhibition Association’s Canada's Farm Progress Show, with a whopping 1,232,670 net square foot showfloor at Evraz Place in Regina, Saskatchewan.
“Canada’s Farm Progress Show (CFPS) a proud member of The Farm Show Council, is honored to be recognized by Trade Show News Network as Canada’s largest tradeshow for the fourth year in a row,” said Ken Taylor, director, Trade and Consumer Events for EVRAZ Place at the time that list was released.
It’s not just massive shows on the lists. Shows range from a million or more net sq. ft. down to 40,000 net sq. ft.
Don’t delay and make sure to submit your show(s) HERE to be included on the 2014 TSNN Top 250 and TSNN Top 50 Canadian trade shows lists.
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