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Fourth Industrial Revolutionaries Plot the Future Form of Factories

16 July 2018

The Fourth Industrial Revolution visited the heartlands of the First earlier this year when the Factories of the Future Expo came to Manchester, the 18th century site of the world's initial steps towa...Read More

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Globally-Academic or Locally-Vocational: Malaysia's Education Agenda

13 July 2018

At the recent Facon Education Fair, Kuala Lumpur's leading further education event, students struggled to decide whether to develop their digital skills in downtown Dubai or learn how to become a true...Read More

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80% of Global GDP Set to Be Reliant on Real-Time Payments by 2023

28 June 2018

As the big boys of digital payment processing gathered in Singapore for the annual Seamless Asia event, clear battle lines were being drawn between the national, regional and global players, with mark...Read More

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Digital-Native Generation Still Values In-Person Expo Networking

15 June 2018

German study confirms millennials remain trade-show-friendly, if a little reluctant to meet and greet....Read More

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Overseas Brands Look to Carve Up Vietnam's Growing Cosmetics Market

14 June 2018

Small but beautifully formed as it may be, Vietnam's cosmetics sector has caught the attention of the industry giants, with many of them keen to build their brands in what is set to become one of Asia...Read More

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With the Corpse of Toys R Us Yet Warm, the Toy Sector Faces New Peril

8 June 2018

Although the full ramifications of the collapse of the once-mighty Toys R Us remain unclear, the mooted merger of the Sainsbury's and Asda supermarket chains has seen the UK toy sector again reaching ...Read More

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Shadow of Grenfell Fire Tragedy Looms Large Over UK Building Expo

6 June 2018

Taking place just nine months after 72 people died in a fire in a London tower block, there was an understandably sombre mood at Ecobuild, one of the UK's leading trade events for professionals in the...Read More

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Shadow of #MeToo and Lingering Netflix Row Delivers a Divided Cannes

25 May 2018

With Netflix ousted and the event damned as a haven for sexual predators, the 2018 Cannes Film Festival was never set to be plain sailing, but a helpful distraction came courtesy of Saudi Arabia's dec...Read More

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With Toys Were Us Beyond Salvation, Toy Retailers Look to the Future

11 May 2018

While the toy industry, in the US in particular, is still reeling at the prospect of life without Toys R US, Europe and the UK are beginning to see an upside, with opportunities emerging and existing ...Read More

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UK Print Businesses Look to Add-on Services to Survive in Digital Age

7 May 2018

The digital era ushered in tough times for print businesses, with volume shrinking and a wide range of functions taken in-house. Now, the sector's survivors are hoping that extending their range of se...Read More

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Sound Moves and Light Sourcing at UK Entertainment Technology Event

30 April 2018

With event technology looking to harness the latest digital innovations, the PLASA Show saw a vast array of flexible lighting installations on offer, while sound systems shifted up several gears in te...Read More

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Fast-dry Towels and Monochrome Tepees Tempt Lifestyle Buyers

13 April 2018

With innovation clearly turned up to the max, this year's Top Drawer creative lifestyle event showcased a range of eco-friendly umbrellas, several child-rewarding dinner plates and a pair of lovable s...Read More

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Europe Woos China with Wider Alipay and WeChat Pay Acceptance

21 March 2018

Germany and the UK lead the way as Euro-retailers set out to make high-spending Chinese visitors welcome....Read More

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UK Businesses Rush to Comply with New European Data Protection Law

22 Feb 2018

With the long-mooted General Data Protection Regulation set to come into force as of May, many UK businesses are still struggling to ensure that all of their security and data-collection protocols wil...Read More

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Retail Attendees Soar at German Toy Show While Distributors Dwindle

20 Feb 2018

With many retailers now looking to go direct and miss out the middle man, fewer distributors were in evidence at this year's Nuremberg International Toy Fair, the penultimate instalment in our round-u...Read More

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Licensed Toys Flounder in the UK Market, but Innovation Saves the Day

6 Feb 2018

In the second instalment of his review of the 2018 Toy Show Season, John Baulch, the Publisher of Toy World, turns his attention to the London Toy Fair, the leading industry event for the UK, Europe's...Read More

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Space-Age Seats and Retro Recliners Jostle for Buyers at 100% Design

23 Jan 2018

Blending 21st century innovations with the very best in reinvented, reupholstered past classics, the London edition of 100% Design was the place to be for chairs beyond compare, top tables and the lat...Read More

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Silmo's 50th Anniversary Outing still has an Eye on the Future

22 Dec 2017

Founded in 1967 and now Europe's leading event for the optical industry, Silmo 2017 saw many exhibitors looking to reinvent past glories, although the majority were focused on innovative techniques an...Read More

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The Asian Character Invasion Proves a Hit at Brand Licensing Europe

21 Dec 2017

Traditionally dominated by US and Europe-originated properties, this year a wave of Asian-sourced animated characters flooded the event, with their creators confident that their success at home could ...Read More

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Tottering Toys R Us Triggers Tremors Well Beyond the UK and US

15 Dec 2017

With Toys R Us in trouble on both sides of the Atlantic, what does this signify for the toy sector in general and for UK retailers in particular? John Baulch, Publisher of Toy World, charts the seismi...Read More

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