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Following the end of the exposition on April 25, 2011, the 91-hectare ground will continue to serve as a massive metropolitan garden and its various exhibition pavilions will continue to operate, as venues for artistic and cultural events, as well as various exhibitions.
The Tri-City Exposition offers private conference space to exhibitors so that they can move away from the hustle and bustle of the exposition floor and speak one-on-one with a potential customer.
2010 NAA Education Conference & Exposition June 26-28, 2010 Hilton New Orleans Riverside & Morial Convention Center New Orleans, LA
The contribution to the city also seems to have suffered as expositions no longer present relevant models of planning.
American Occupational Therapy Association's 84th Annual Conference and Exposition
America's Exposition Pavilion will showcase a host nation's cultural treasures, recreational resources or industrial products, or alternately, a sponsoring corporation's goods, services or cultural initiatives.
The exposition, an initiative of Nigerian Ship owners Association (NISA), is modeled after the offshore technology conference (OTC) in the oil and gas sector, which is held annually at Houston, Texas.
The survey sample in the report included 150 integrated B2B media companies, 300 independent exposition producers and 275 trade publishers.