Perfect timing for WA Safety Show


The 2010 WA Safety Show, to be held at Perth Convention Exhibition Centre from August 24-26, will provide suppliers of OH&S and materials handling equipment and services with a perfect forum to showcase products and services with a return in business confidence.

Australian Exhibitions & Conferences (AEC) Pty Ltd, organiser of Australia’s leading Safety Trade Shows, are expecting a good response in anticipation of a vastly improved financial climate.

According to a recent Deloitte CFO survey, most Australian chief financial officers believe the global financial crisis is over, with an increase in business confidence for 2010 and beyond widely anticipated.

“The anticipated boost in business confidence for 2010 and beyond can only have a positive affect on exhibitors at the WA Safety Show, says AEC’s managing director, Marie Kinsella.

"Not only will they have the opportunity to meet and demonstrate products to a targeted group of trade visitors, but they should also be able to capitalise on a high level of business opportunity,” she says.

The inaugural WA Safety Show last year attracted nearly 4000 trade visitors from a wide variety of industries, including mining, building and construction, local Government and manufacturing.

Organisers are predicting bigger crowds at the 2010 Trade Show and concurrent Conference, presented by the Safety Institute of Australia in WA.

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