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Sun, 04/26/2015 - 4:58pm
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In this four part series created specifically for those new to international exhibiting, we discussed trade show terminology, purchasing space, types of exhibits available for your international trade show and finally, shipping options and overseas tax. 

Global Exhibit Management is a full service exhibit and event management company with capabilities throughout Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, South Africa, UAE and North America. An established international network of industry professionals gives clients access to premier service around the world. 

Wed, 04/15/2015 - 11:31am
Global Travel | Global Exhibit Management

In part four of this series, an introduction to international exhibiting, you will learn more about shipping options and overseas tax. Initially you may not think these two services have very much in common but soon you will see the correlation.

Wed, 04/08/2015 - 11:35am
Trade Show Booth or Stand | Global Exhibit Management

In part three of this series, you will learn about different type exhibits available for your international trade show program. It is more common for American exhibitors to own properties for trade shows in the U.S. but may need to rethink this practice when exhibiting overseas. Several options are available from custom fabrication, modular, system or “build and burn”, renting or owning should be considered when planning an international exhibit program.

Thu, 04/02/2015 - 11:10am
Exhibit | Global Exhibit Management

This is the second part of the series introducing American exhibit managers to international trade show management. In the last edition, the terminology differences were outlined to start and this blog will explore the differences and options for overseas exhibiting. When purchasing exhibit space, the choices are raw space or space only, shell scheme or participating in a pavilion. Here is more information on the choices and what to expect.

Wed, 03/25/2015 - 9:37am
Global Exhibiting

American companies looking to expand their market share are increasing participation in overseas trade shows. An exhibit managers’ first experience with foreign shows may be overwhelming. This four-part series will share information to reduce stress in planning for international exhibits and events. Don’t worry, there won’t be any pop tests as we explore what you need to know to get started working abroad.

It may seem like a foreign language but it’s just the words that are different when exhibiting overseas. Here is a list to start increasing your international trade show vocabulary:

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