2023 was another busy year on the show floor with attendance hitting record highs throughout the year.
ConExpo / ConAgg & IFPE: +139,000 attendees
PackExpo: +32,000 attendees
Utility Expo: +21,000 attendees
FabTech: +40,500 attendees (floor plan was 26% larger than 2022)
The Battery Show: +19,000 attendees
The Battery Show has grown in popularity over the years with Michigan being a major hub for advanced battery innovation. To accommodate the demand for more exhibit space, the 2024 Battery Show has been moved to the Huntington Place in Detroit.
2024 will start strong with several popular trade shows in the 1st and 2nd quarters. Our team has already started sorting through trade show service forms, gathered trucking quotes and shared early exhibit concept designs to get a head start on another successful year.
Kicking off 2024 with:
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas – average attendance is 115,000 (www.ces.tech)
AHR (Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration industry) in Chicago – average attendance is 42,000 (www.ahrexpo.com)
NADA (National Automobile Dealers Association) in Las Vegas – +10,000 dealerships participate (www.nada.org)
SPIE / Photonics West (Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers) in San Francisco – average attendance is 22,000 (www.spie.org)
IPPE (International Production & Processing Expo) in Atlanta – average attendance is 27,000 (www.ippexpo.org)
AAOS (American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons) in San Francisco – average attendance is 20,000 (www.aaos.org)
MATS (Mid American Truck Show) in Louisville – average attendance is 60,000 (www.truckingshow.com)
NPE (The Plastics Show) in Orlando – average attendance is 55,000 (www.npe.org)
Rapid + TCT (Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing & Rapid Prototyping) in Anaheim – average attendance is 9,500 (www.rapid3devent.com)
If your team would like more information about trade shows or any upcoming projects, let us know – we would be happy to help out!