The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is pleased to announce that Octanorm is its new major event partner for the 2012 conference to be held in Melbourne at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 4 December.
Octanorm, which has been a strong supporter of the association, is switching from major awards partner to supporting the conference in order to leverage the event as a platform for launching its new energy efficient lighting system.
The company is synonymous with the exhibition and events industry and has been operating in Australia for over 40 years. It produces integrated exhibition and display systems particularly suited to the exhibition and retail sectors.
The partnership was announced by EEAA General Manager, Joyce DiMascio and Bill Bell, Business Manager, Octanorm Australia.
“We welcome this investment in our annual conference and the recognition by Octanorm of its value as a channel for engaging with important decision-makers in our industry. We also commend Octanorm for its leadership in wanting to play a visible role in the life of the EEAA especially in our event which focuses on industry education,” Ms DiMascio said.
“We have had an enduring partnership and we are very excited about providing the opportunity for Octanorm to use our conference to launch its new energy efficient lighting system.
“Our members will be able to see the product and consider the benefits it offers exhibitors and organisers especially at a time when energy costs are escalating.”
Octanorm Business Manager Bill Bell congratulated EEAA for creating a conference that offered the industry a powerful educational forum and strong networking environment.
“We are very pleased to invest in industry education and to help EEAA deliver on its goals of building the professionalism and voice of the exhibition industry,“ he said.
“The peer-to-peer networking that is possible at a the EEAA conference is very valuable – it encourages a healthy business culture and enables people to get to know each other in an informal business context.
“We’ve got a great new product – it’s the first LED Exhibition arm light to match the output of the industry halogen standard with a range of other features that will make lighting expo stands and displays more efficient, cost-effective and flexible.” he said.
To register to attend the 2012 EEAA Annual Conference go to www.eeaa.com.au