Palm Expo will remain in Bejing, from 29 May to 1 June 2008, at the China International Exhibition Centre (CIEC), following an invitation for selected major exhibitions to remain in the city.
A recent announcement was made by the Beijing Municipal Government and the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad to allow selected major exhibitions held before July 2008, to remain in Beijing. PALM Expo is one such event, following its successful conclusion in June 2007 attracting over 175,000 visitors and more 1,100 local and international exhibitors to the event.
While large venues, hospitality outlets/clubs, etc. continue to upgrade in preparation for the influx of more business, suppliers involved in the Olympic Games will still be making last minute purchases to service the huge number of participants visiting Beijing for the games. Coupled with China's rapid building developments, requiring installations at all levels, there are more business opportunities now than ever.
Majority of the exhibitors, both local and international, welcome the move to remain in Beijing, as the capital has been able to attract attendees from all over China and the region. More than 50% of the exhibition space has been allocated to date. The organisers expect 2008's event to be even more exciting and interactive with more workshops/seminars and new product launches during the four-day event.
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