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Exhibitor bookings now open for 20th CINZ MEETINGS

Exhibitor bookings now open for 20th CINZ MEETINGS

Exhibitor bookings are now open for CINZ MEETINGS 2016 on 15 and 16 June at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.

CINZ Chief Executive Sue Sullivan says CINZ is celebrating 20 years as New Zealand’s only national tradeshow for the conference and business tourism industry.

The 2016 Exhibitor Prospectus is out now, and CINZ has introduced an early bird special $200 saving for exhibitor bookings before 31 December 2015.

“MEETINGS is two days to connect with qualified buyers, create business opportunities and share knowledge with other industry professionals. Exhibitors have access to over 600 buyers and pre-scheduled appointments with over 240 qualified hosted buyers from New Zealand, Australia and the wider international markets,” Sue Sullivan says.

“Exhibitors tell us MEETINGS really works for their business. It’s an opportunity to showcase what they do and love, and delivers a strong return on investment.”

She says planning for the 20th CINZ MEETINGS is already in full swing, and there is plenty of early interest from buyers.

“Several new products will make their debut to the market at MEETINGS 2016 and the Luxury Collection is tracking to be bigger than ever.

“Our MEETINGS social functions and entertainment have gained legendary status, and this year we will have even more cause for celebration,” she says.

Final applications for exhibitor bookings close on 28 March 2016.

For more information go to the website www.meetings.co.nz/Exhibitors.

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