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Organizations relating to Exhibitions

Société internationale des expositions textiles
European Microfair
Asian Federation of Exhibition and Convention Associations / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 2004
European Federation of Agricultural Exhibitions and Show Organizers / Verona, Italy / Est. 1967
International Association of Exhibitions and Events / Dallas TX, USA / Est. 1928
Federation of Fairs and Trade Fairs of Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg / Marche-en-Famenne, Belgium
Customs Convention Concerning Facilities for the Importation of Goods for Display or Use at Exhibitions, Fairs, Meetings or Similar Events / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1961
International Union of Exhibitions and Fairs / Est. 1991
INTEREXPO / Est. 1955
Data on Meetings and Events / Est. 1997
European Dialysis Exhibitors Association
Association of Cities and Regions Hosting an International Exhibition / Paris, France / Est. 2002
International Tourism Trade Fairs Association / Est. 1992
1904 World's Fair Society / St Louis MO, USA / Est. 1986
International Association of Exhibitions in Latin America / Guayaquil, Ecuador / Est. 1969
Asia Pacific Exhibition and Convention Council / Est. 1989
Art Services International / Alexandria VA, USA / Est. 1966
European Display Industry Association
Society for Information Display / San Jose CA, USA / Est. 1962
Musée des langues du monde et des cultures méditerranéennes / Est. 1998
International Association of Travel Exhibitors / Est. 1973
ICOM International Committee for Exhibition Exchange / Est. 1980
Trade Show Exhibitors Association / Est. 1964
Convention Concerning Artistic Exhibitions / Est. 1936
Baltic Sea Partenariat

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World Problems relating to Exhibitions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Proliferation of international trade fairs
Unseemly public displays of affection
Aggressive display of affection
Failure of the zoo as an educational institution
Discriminatory design of information systems

Action Strategies relating to Exhibitions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Maintaining record of past encounter
Demonstrating new agricultural methods
Ensuring fair competition
Providing fair salary scales
Providing fair and secure trading system
Guaranteeing minimum wage
Providing fair consultant investigations
Being discourteous
Promoting traditional music
Promoting screenprinting and graphics industry
Developing fair system of government
Abolishing unethical practices by police forces
Reforming zoos
Promoting contacts among fairs
Displaying diverse creative forms
Managing fairs
Communicating coherent images
Creating useful display exhibits
Paying fair prices
Providing fair underwriting practices
Providing fair employment conditions in garment factories
Enabling competitive wage initiatives
Displaying community symbols
Displaying historical artefacts
Assembling sports people

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