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trade show

noun as in convention for manufacturers

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“It played a big role in trade shows and conferences,” said Josh Wand, founder and CEO of recruiting firm ForceBrands.

From Digiday

Businesses across the world that run conferences and trade shows for marketers have been upended by the pandemic.

Tourism accounts for 4% of Singapore’s gross domestic product—it generated $20 billion in 2019—and the city is normally a top spot for business conferences and trade shows.

From Fortune

The number of available third-party corporate wellness tech vendors is rapidly expanding, according to managing partner of Workplace Intelligence Dan Schawbel, and his experience of attending HR trade shows.

From Digiday

So, it shouldn’t be surprising that some states are slowly warming to the idea of small-scale trade shows.

From Fortune

PARIS, France — The Eurosatory military trade show here is supposed to highlight the latest in defense tech.

In 2005, he presented his signature line, i.am, at the Magic Apparel Trade Show in Las Vegas.

The statistics of post–war trade show that the former argument still holds good.

It was much more like a carny haunted house trade-show floor now.

I cannot endure being dressed up by an undertaker as part of his trade show.

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On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trade show, such as: multivendor sales event, trade conference, and trade convention.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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