Global Exhibitions Day is dedicated to celebrate the exhibition industry and highlight its positive impact on trade, business, innovation and investment. UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry together with IEIA is celebrating Global Exhibitions Day 2018 (GED 2018) on 6th June 2018. Through the World Wide Web and an array of national and local events, stakeholders from every continent are expected to join the GED 2018 celebrations.
Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) is extending its support to GED 2018 to propagate the importance of exhibitions for the development of various industries across sectors.
Exhibitions play an important role by supporting all sectors such as agriculture, industry and services and shapes the overall economy of a country. Exhibitions have been one of the major contributors to trade and economy in developed nations across Europe and America. It is also now emerging as one of the strongest industries in Asian region. India needs to look at exhibitions in the same lens and accord it the status of industry besides boosting further development of the sector by developing suitable infrastructure and supply chain.
Speaking about the importance of exhibitions CEO of BIEC, Mr. V. Anbu said, “Exhibitions have broken the barriers in business relations between various countries and bridged the trade gap to support various industries and develop the economy of nations. Global Exhibitions Day is one of the important events for the exhibition industry to propagate its importance to various stakeholders and we wholeheartedly support this initiative.”
Supporting Mr. Anbu’s views, Mr. S. Balasubramanian, Executive Director, IMTMA and COO, BIEC added, “BIEC is not only providing the best infrastructure for exhibition organizations in India but also inculcates the best practices for the overall growth and sustainability of the exhibition industry.”