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New event for Auckland calendar: EveryWoman Expo 30 May 2015

New event for Auckland calendar: EveryWoman Expo 30 May 2015

Exhibitions and Events New Zealand is proud to announce the launch of a new event, the EveryWoman Expo Auckland to run over the Queen's Birthday weekend, 30th May to 1st June, 2015 at ASB Showgrounds.

The EveryWoman Expo replicates the largest successful women's expo in Australia, (the Mundell Everywoman Expo in Perth), with exhibitors in health, beauty, fashion, food, love, lifestyle, fitness, personal and spiritual development and more.

Attractions will include a fashion catwalk, empowering workshops, food sampling, beauty makeovers, fitness wellbeing and psychic readings. The event is designed to Empower, Educate and Entertain the women of Auckland.

The EveryWoman Expo takes the vacant 'woman's lifestyle' expo category in Auckland and is expected to generate, $2.4 million in onsite sales in its first year, with more than 93% of visitors expected to make a purchase at the show.

The event will leverage the professionalism and experience of Exhibitions and Events New Zealand & Australia, a company that is responsible for 27 shows throughout Australasia, including the incredibly successful Auckland Home Show which sees more than 500 exhibitors generate around $60 million in business each year.

As experience event organisers, exhibitors can be assured of increasing their sales, brand awareness and receiving a high return on investment.

Exhibitions and Events Australia owner Jane Ford says that the show will be a vibrant and a "guaranteed fabulous day out."

"Women want an exciting event with lots of attractions; they want to have the opportunity to be entertained, to learn, to laugh, and to buy products and services of interest to them.

At the EveryWoman Expo we plan to give them all that and more," said Ford.

Visit for more event details.


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