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Greetings from Amaze Expo (Formerly Known As Big Boys Toys)!

March 9, 2018

Greetings from Amaze Expo (Formerly Known As Big Boys Toys)!

I wanted to send you a quick note about Amaze Expo (Formerly known as Big Boys Toys), is the Middle East’s premier innovation and luxury lifestyle exhibition. The show displays the world’s most unique and luxurious products and services from an amazing lineup of the most innovative manufacturers.
Through this never-seen-before, larger-than-life Innovative expo, Amaze intends to:

Bring into limelight ground breaking innovations that have the capability of going global
Provide exclusive visibility to brands and expand their recognition and reinforce the brand image
Create a rostrum for high-net-worth individuals (HNIs) to connect, invest & network
Spread awareness about new innovative goods & services
Build an exclusive environment for B2B and B2C transactions
We’ve read your submission guidelines and would like to submit for your review a post: Amaze Expo Breaking All Barriers Of Innovation

#BBT #AmazeExpo #MiddleEast #luxurylifestyleexhibition #MICEmedia #MICEindustry #Eventprofs


February 13, 2012


February 13th, 2012 | A change in programme for the 38th Annual IAPCO Seminar in Wolfsberg proved extremely successful. More than half of the learning time was dedicated to shorter overviews followed by a choice of tutorials where smaller groups, and even one-to-ones, were accommodated.

Invited experts for the tutorials included Keith Spencer of IPCAA on Pharma Compliance, Pierce Riemer of The World Petroleum Council on Sustainability, Anne W. Rødven of VisitOSLO on Bidding, John Martinez of Shocklogic Global on Technology, and Philippe Mahuas of Marriott Moscow Grand Hotel on Client Management.

All invited speakers were supported by IAPCO faculty, creating a total ratio of 1 faculty member for every 5 participants …. “Worth every second!”, “IAPCO has met my high expectations”, “A great learning experience “…such was the praise and enthusiasm from the participants.

The 39th Annual Seminar will take place in Wolfsberg from 19-24 January 2013.

ABOUT IAPCO: Meeting Quality
The International Association of Professional Congress Organisers (IAPCO) was founded in 1968, is registered in Switzerland and represents today more than 115professional organisers, meeting planners and managers of international and national congresses, conventions and special events from 40 countries. IAPCO members organise in excess of 6100 meetings annually, totaling some 2.24 million delegates and representing an economic impact in the region of 3.63 billion euros.

IAPCO is committed to raising standards of service among its members and other sectors of the meetings industry. Today IAPCO membership offers a unique quality assurance, since entry into membership of IAPCO is by meeting strict criteria and by continuous quality assessment.

The high quality standards are secured by means of continuing education and interaction with other professionals. The ‘Wolfsberg’ seminar, The Meetings Masterclass and the Annual Meeting & General Assembly of its members are the highlight events of IAPCO.

For further information, please contact:
IAPCO Head Office: Brambles House, Colwell Road, Freshwater, PO40 9SL, UK Email:

Realising the European Single Market Forum 2012:

February 10, 2012

Realising the European Single Market Forum 2012:

Will proposed changes to contract law & redress routes increase consumer & business confidence in Europe?
6th March 2012, Le Chatelain Hotel, Brussels
Featuring a Keynote Address by Viviane Reding, European Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship
To register, please go to You can also contact James Wilmott on / +44 (0) 2920 783 022 for further information.

This year’s event will focus on a number of recent proposals from the European Commission, most notably those relating to the introduction of an optional Common European Sales Law (CESL). These proposals cover both business-to-business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) contracts for the sale of goods and related services, with the intention of creating a single set of rules that can be used during these transactions instead of national sets of laws.
This conference will also explore the current proposals for Collective Redress, Alternative Dispute Resolution/Online Dispute Resolution and the review of the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive (due Spring 2012).

Speakers Include:
Viviane Reding
European Commissioner
Justice, Fundamental Rights & Citizenship

Ursula Pachl

Maurits Bruggink

Susanne Czech

Veronica Manfredi
European Commission

Further Information:
More than 100 delegates already registered! To guarantee your place at this event, please register.

Other Speakers Include:
– Mihalea Carpus Carcea, Policy Officer, DG Justice, European Commission
– Hanne Melin, European Legislative Counsel, eBay
–  Jules Stuyck, Faculty of Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
– Lewis Crofts, Chief Antitrust Correspondent, MLex
– Eddy De Smijter, Deputy Head of Unit A1, Private Enforcement, DG Competition, European Commission
– Sebastian Bohr, Deputy Head of Unit – Financial Services and Redress, DG SANCO, European Commission
– Pula Houghton, Director of Public Policy & Consumer Markets, Which?

What will be discussed?

The Optional CESL – a project too far or the enabler for cross-border trade in Europe?

Will the creation of a single set of optional rules for sales contracts meet the objective of increasing cross-border trade in Europe? Will the parallel and optional nature of the regulation create more choice or as it is argued, more uncertainty? What will the impact be on legal costs and will issues such as the variations between member state VAT rules and cultural dimensions such as language always present barriers to cross-border trade that cannot be overcome? Can the CESL develop to become a gold standard used as a mark of trust and quality, and will the inclusion of digital goods be key in driving forward cross border e-commerce?
Ensuring a functioning system for redress in Europe – Collective Redress, Class Actions & Alternative Dispute Resolution

Collective redress and ADR are seen as key routes to creating a more efficient redress system in Europe. This session will explore issues such as whether consumer ADR outcomes should be binding and in what sectors if any should mandatory ADR be imposed? Should different ADR approaches be taken when dealing with consumer and SME complaints and how should ADR and collective redress function together?
Unfair Commercial Practices Directive – has maximum harmonisation worked?

The European Commission is currently working on a report reviewing the application of the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive that is due in the spring of 2012. Have Member States transposed the Directive correctly and what have the main transposition problems been? What are the main areas of abuse by rogue traders? Do new practices need to be tackled and do small businesses require equal protection? Should the UCPD cover B2B as well as B2C transactions and how would this operate in practice?

Will legislative work in these areas support or hinder improvements in consumer and business confidence, and by extension boost economic growth in Europe?

Conference Partners:
The conference is Hosted by Seldia and EMOTA and is supported by eBay.

The Knowledge Partner for this event is Strategis Communications.
Forum Europe has launched its new website at where you can find our full list of events and services.

For further details regarding any of Forum Europe’s events or for details on working with Forum Europe, please contact James Wilmott on +44 (0) 2920 783 022 or email   

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