Wembley looks to bright future

Business is on the up at Wembley Conference and Exhibition Centre

with the launch of two shows and the return of established events.

Rail infrastructure show Infrarail is exhibiting at Wembley for the

first time after a move from Manchester's G-Mex centre. Infrarail 2001,

is organised by Mack Brooks Exhibitions and runs from 18-20 September.

The event will comprise more than 230 exhibitors.

This year's show includes RailPeople 2001, which will focus on the human

resources needs of the rail industry, and a programme of half-day

seminars that will address issues including safety and incident


Ethnic Media Group Jobs Careers and Prospects is the other first time

event at Wembley. More than 14,000 visitors are expected to the free

exhibition that will offer advice and assistance to all job seekers. The

show runs from 12-13 September.

"The number of new exhibitions is promising and we are generating even

more bookings for new events next year," Wembley marketing manager Mark

Almond said. "Organisers enjoy our Marketing Support programme, which

gives exhibitors access to Wembley's marketing team."

Other events at the venue this month include Wembley Antiques and

Collectors Fair on 18 September, The International Group Leisure and

Travel Show from 27-28 September and The UK Wedding show, which returns

to the venue on 28-30 September.

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