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Australia Exhibitions



 
Exhibitions are the wisest and ideal way of attracting buyers, manufacturers and they provide huge amount of returns. Exhibitions are very common in different parts of Australia. While some of the Australia exhibitions may be trade fairs, some others might include cosmetics, leather items, food products, books and various other objects. According to the latest survey conducted by the Exhibition and Event Association of Australia about 83% of the visitors visiting these exhibitions intend or recommend others to purchase the product. About 72% of the total visitors are either interested in buying on-the-spot or soon in the future. Most of the visitors attending these exhibitions of Australia are interested in viewing new products and services, while there are some who are just interested in securing information about various new products in the market.

There are several exhibitions, which are held in Australia all throughout the year and draw thousands of visitors. Some of the popular exhibitions in Australia include:
  • Decoration + Design Sydney
  • Leather, Bags & Accessories Fair
  • Fashion Exposed - Autumn/Winter 2008
  • Decoration + Design Melbourne
  • Preview - Autumn/Winter 2008
  • The Safety Show Sydney
  • Building & Home Improvement Expo
  • Queensland Safety Conference
  • The Safety Conference Sydney
  • Sydney Materials Handling Sydney
  • Australian International Furniture Fair
  • Decoration + Design Sydney
  • Australian Shoe Fair Australian Shoe Fair
  • Preview - Spring/Summer 2007/2008
  • Leather, Bags & Accessories Fair
  • Fashion Exposed - Spring/Summer 2008/2009
  • Preview - Spring/Summer 2008/2009
  • Safety in Action
  • Fashion Exposed - Spring/Summer 2009/2010
  • Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo
  • The Collision Repair Expo
  • Melbourne Materials Handling
  • Decoration + Design Melbourne
  • Sydney Materials Handling
  • The Safety in Action Conference
  • Australian Shoe Fair
  • The Safety Show Sydney
  • Building & Home Improvement Expo
  • Queensland Safety Conference
  • Furnitex
  • Fashion Exposed - Autumn/Winter 2009
  • Preview - Autumn/Winter 2009
  • The Safety Conference Sydney
  • Australian International Furniture Fair
Most of these exhibitions and trade fairs are organised at the Exhibition Centre of various Australian territories.

The Building and Home Improvement Expo is the first exhibition, which is organised at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre and attracts over 19,000 visitors over a period of three days. This exhibition includes latest technologies and industries related to solar power, roofing, security, smart technology, air conditioning, heating appliances, pools and spas and other items.

Furnitex is the leading trade fair of Australasia which is held at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre Southbank where various retailers, distributors and wholesalers display their furnishings and furniture items. Furnitex spans over a period of four days and attracts about 16,000 visitors from all over the world.

Fashion Exposed is the largest trade exhibition of Australia, which is held twice a year and spans for a period of three days. During the Spring/Summer season it is held at Sydney in the month of March and during Autumn/Winter it is held at Melbourne in September. This fair exhibits swimwear, surfwear, accessories, jewellery, sportswear, intimate apparel, menswear, womenswear and childrenswear.

The Australia exhibitions are quite popular with the customers and helps companies in developing a direct and close relation with customers. The exhibitions are helpful for launching new products and services offered by the company. The Australian exhibitions are an important part of the Australian economy and help in promoting the Australian trade.
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