Asia’s exhibition industry leaders will meet in Kuala Lumpur on March 2-3.
Paris/Hong Kong – International Federation, This Global Association of the Exhibition Industrywill hold its The 16th UFI Asia-Pacific Conference Held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 2-3 March 2023. Open to all exhibition industry professionals, for the first time since March 2019 the UFI Asia Pacific Conference returns in an in-person format. UFI’s annual gathering has been suspended for three years due to the global pandemic and ensuing travel restrictions in Asia.
More than 300 delegates from 22 countries attended the 2019 UFI Asia Pacific Conference in Tokyo, the largest in the event’s history.
As the global association of the exhibition industry, UFI organizes annual regional conferences in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Latin America, as well as the UFI Global Congress. Held in March, the UFI Asia Pacific Conference brings together industry professionals from Asia and beyond.
“MyCEB has been a long-standing supporter of UFI and we are honored to have the opportunity to bring the Asian exhibition together again after three years of unprecedented challenges due to the global pandemic. We have hosted this event before, the Malaysian exhibition The industry is excited to have another opportunity to bring the UFI community back to Kuala Lumpur,” Dr Dato’ Seri says Abdul Kani DaoudCEO of MyCEB.
“We are delighted to finally be back face-to-face, and we thank MyCEB for stepping up to support UFI and the Asian exhibition industry as we embark on our road to recovery. Over the years, MyCEB has organized some of our most successful and memorable UFI events, including 2009 and UFI Asia Pacific Conference 2018. We thank MyCEB for its unparalleled hospitality and expertise in bringing the industry together,” Remark mark cochranDirector of UFI Asia Pacific.
The UFI Asia Pacific conference features two days of content, networking and learning. There will be plenty of hot topics to discuss as the exhibition industry in Asia seeks to shake off the damage of COVID-19 and embark on efforts to recover and grow.