Press release

New member, more transparency in another new country, new collaboration projects

With admittance of Expo Arad International from Romania as a new member of Centrex Union, credible, comparable exhibition statistics now is spreading in 6 countries of Central East Europe.

How detailed and in what context are exhibitions as marketing tools educated (or are they educated at all?) at universities and business high schools, how does education cope with fast changing marketing strategies of globalized and local businesses, what role exhibitions play in current marketing strategies, how can fairs and exhibitions be integrated into the academic course of higher education of the business intelligentsia of the future?

Central East European Exhibition Statistics Yearbook 2002 is out.

The current issue of wide ranging Central East European Exhibition Statistics Yearbook this year was published in April with the comprehensive results of the growing membership of 12 organisers and will be integral part of the pan-European yearbook as well. 

CENTREX International Exhibition Statistics Union, leading co-operation body of Central East European exhibition industry has held her jubilary Board of Directors meeting on February 11, 2003 in Budapest, celebrating the first 5 years of CENTREX joint activity.

Workshop on Construction Trade Fairs in the region

The Slovakian Agrokomplex Nitra and the Ukrainian Kiev International Contract Fair have joined to Centrex Union

CENTREX International Exhibition Statistics Union has sat for her second Board of Directors meeting this year in Poznan. It was an extended meeting like in Brno in February and in Kielce in June 2001. 

The first interregional collaboration agreement of CENTREX Union has been signed with AUMA (Association of the German Trade Fair Industry) at the 2002 AUMA German Exhibition Forum recently.

Institutionalising and reinforcing the occasional collaboration started in the 90ies and with special relation to the coming Enlargement of the European Union both organisations envisaged the need to widen the cooperation between them in order to better serve their respective economies.

New design, usual quality, of course. These are two features of the Y2K+1 publication of the members of CENTREX International Exhibition Statistics Union, which is available from May 2002 for international business community.