The Royal Horticultural Halls and Conference Centre (RHH) has seen a marked increase in new business since the beginning of 2008. In February, Emap brought The Construction Careers Event 2008 to the Lindley Hall – just one of many new exhibitions appearing at the RHH this year. The Royal Society of Chemistry will also be holding a new exhibition at the Lindley Hall in July, where over 20 universities will welcome 16 to 18-year-olds who are interested in a career in chemistry.
On top of this, successful exhibitions such as HEVAR (Faversham House), National Children's Centre and Extended School Show (Haymarket), ABTT and Steps are returning to the RHH in 2008. February also saw the Halls open its doors to over 400 beauty industry insiders for the Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) UK Beauty Awards demonstration evening organised by CEW (UK) and Blue Dog Productions.
Director of sales and marketing for the RHH, Maugie Lyons, is pleased that the Halls have been consistently producing successful events for the exhibitions sector, saying: "The Halls hold unequivocal appeal for small and medium-sized exhibitions. Over the years, we have hosted a vast number of national and international exhibitions, and launching niche shows has become our speciality."
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