With a new Show Director at the helm, organisers of the 2020 Commercial Vehicle Show are planning a fresh approach while remaining faithful to the winning formula that has served it so well.
To make the 20th edition of the show successful, according to Show Director Murray Ellis, it is important for the show to continue to provide the ideal business platform in which exhibitors can promote new vehicles, products and technology.
“For a show to work well, you need to put exhibitors and visitors together in the right environment to do business. With a strong demand for stand space we are looking to have over 420 exhibitors including many leading manufacturers at next year’s show,” said Murray.
Covering three huge halls (3a, 4 and 5) of the NEC, Birmingham, the show will run from 28-30 April 2020 and will attract an anticipated attendance of over 19,000 business visitors comprising of fleet managers, directors, engineers and senior managers.
“They are going to learn what is being developed to meet the environmental challenges facing the industry along with seeing new vehicles, trailers and products from right across the service sector. And at the same time, as in any B2B environment, it’s a fantastic networking opportunity,” said Murray.
Creating the perfect environment for both visitors and exhibitors takes a balanced approach and to deliver the show Murray leads a team made up of newly appointed Sales and Marketing Manager, Tim Mustin, Operations Manager, Susan Kitchener and Joyce Brown, Accounts Manager.
Murray recognises the current challenges facing the commercial vehicle market – including clean air targets, reducing carbon emissions and Brexit– but he believes the show can continue to support the industry by providing an assurance that the Commercial Vehicle Show is the place to do business for exhibitors and visitors alike.
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