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BGIA to undertake first visit of China Golf 2012

8.30am 24th February 2012 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Friday, February 24th, 2012

The British Golf Industry Association will, for the first time be attending the China Golf Show 2012, taking place in Beijing from 16-18th March.

Having just been bought by Reed Worldwide Exhibitions Ltd, the China Golf Show promises to encapsulate some of the buzz created at the PGA Merchandise Show 2012 and attract more new exhibitors and visitors this year.

Due to interest from member companies looking to explore this market, the BGIA made the decision for the first time to attend the show as visitors and support a group ofUKexhibitors within a dedicated UK pavilion area.  This UK area hopes to attract high volumes of quality visitor footfall to booths, and the BGIA will provide exhibitors with support before, during and after the show.  The BGIA has assisted a total of 7 companies in gaining £1,800 UKTI Tap export grants to help with exhibition costs.

The deadline for UKTI grants for the China Golf Show 2012 has unfortunately now passed, however Reed Expo will be taking any last few exhibitor bookings in the weeks leading up to the show, so anyone interested in attending and exhibiting at China Golf 2012, should contact Barry Reed on barry.reid@reedexpo.co.uk

BGIA www.bgia.org.uk

China Golf Show www.chinagolfshow.com

       

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