Liverpool returns to Confex

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Liverpool Convention Bureau & ACC Liverpool are to exhibit again at International Confex, returning to the show at Olympia London 28 February – 1 March 2018.

Liverpool Convention Bureau has agreed a partnership with the show organisers that will see the very best of the city’s meetings venues on show at the exhibition next year.

The destination returns to the show following a run of recent growth.

On a specially created area at the show, showcasing the city, the convention bureau will be joined by the ACC Liverpool, as well as the Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse, the Hilton Liverpool, Signature Living, Thornton Manor, and creative production house Mills Media.

On the non-residential venues side, the space will also showcase the University of Liverpool, St George’s Hall and Liverpool Town Hall and The Isla Gladstone conservatory.

“This is a really exciting partnership for us and allows us to showcase the very best of Liverpool in front of thousands of corporate and association buyers from across the UK,” commented Jennifer Jensen, head of business tourism, Liverpool Convention Bureau. “We have some great hotels, some beautiful venues and a convention bureau team that can open up the city for meetings and events. We’re looking forward to a really productive few days.”

“We’re delighted to welcome Liverpool and the ACC Liverpool, to Confex once again. It adds further strength to our destination and venue proposition for visitors, and the chance to see some new and well established venues,” added Liz Agostini, event director, Confex. “The show is already looking really strong, and having Liverpool there is one more reason out of many for visitors to come along next year.”

International Confex recently released visitor growth figures of over 35% for its 2017 show and is expecting another boost for its 2018 outing.

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Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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