Exposition Development Company (ExpoDevCo) and E.J. Krause & Associates (EJK) have teamed up to produce the 4th edition of ExpoProducción Mexico, on tap March 29–31, 2017, at the World Trade Center in Mexico City, Mexico.
The event is for the Apparel, Home, and Technical Textiles industries in Mexico and Central America.
“At E.J. Krause & Associates, we are very excited to be co-organizer of ExpoProducción in Mexico. The textile industry has always been vitally important to the industrial base in Mexico,” said Paul St. Amour, vice president Latin America, EJK.
He added, “We are certain that by continuing to work closely with our exhibitors, our industry partners, and media, ExpoProducción 2017 will be a resounding success.”
EJK is one of the largest privately held exhibition management companies in the world. With offices on three continents, EJK produces more than 40 events in 14 different industries, 11 of which are run by E. J. Krause, Mexico.
“We feel confident that our partnership with E.J. Krause will enable the show to grow far beyond what it has already achieved in its first three editions,” said David Audrain, CEO and partner of Exposition Development Company.
He added, “The 2017 edition will be a very strong year for ExpoProducción, and for the market in Mexico and Central America!”
ExpoDevCo produces expositions and events in many different industries, the consistent focus is on delivering leading events in the markets served through compelling content, outstanding marketing outreach, and the most effective partnerships, according to Audrain.
Attendees will experience a larger international exhibitor presence, more country pavilions, and a redeveloped conference program that will touch on every segment of the textile industry and be presented by industry leaders from around the world.
With the new partnership, exhibitors will see attendee numbers continue to grow in all market segments, new business matchmaking offered, customized marketing programs to help exhibitors reach their targeted markets and a continued level of customer service.
- Industry News