The Global Exhibitions Day Awards (#GEDawards) is presented by Exhibition World and UFI, and gives recognition to the efforts surrounding the recent GED18.
1. Most Creative Activity: endorsing the most quirky, fun and imaginative entry
2. Highest Profile Online Activity: recognising the most ambitious online marketing initiative
3. Biggest Scale Physical Activity: awarding the most impressive offline activity
4. Industry Impact Award: recognising the initiative that has the most positive impact supporting exhibitions as an industry
5. Talent Promotion Award: for the entry that best promotes attracting talent to the exhibition industry
A joint jury by EW and UFI will evaluate all entries that were submitted by 20 June 2018.
Participate in the #GEDawards: If you would like to participate in the Global Exhibitions Day global competition (#GEDawards), co-organised by Exhibition World and UFI, please add your project and activity by 20 June via http://www.ufi.org/industry-resources/global-exhibitions-day/ or click HERE.
Only projects listed in the GED Online Reporting Tool can be selected for the GED Global Awards. If you need some help or suggestions on how to celebrate, please send UFI an email at email@example.com.
Click here to out more about the GEDawards 2018.
“I watched the action unfold throughout the day from my home country Italy,” said UFI president Corrado Peraboni.
GED18: By the end of the day, the UFI team in Paris had registered activities in 85 countries and regions from all around the world, with the leading organisers, venues and service providers all being active. This year’s success builds on the impressive results from the 2017 campaign, which already set a record for global industry advocacy. Coordinated by UFI, this joint advocacy campaign united 41 GED partner associations.
GED: GED is actively supported by 41 associations as of today, and coordinated by UFI. As with previous GED campaigns, industry professionals, companies, associations and students around the world have been very active in the GED online activities. With 260 million visitors and 4.4 million exhibitors generating €98bn revenues every year, GED highlights the positive impact of exhibitions on jobs, business, innovation and local investment.
UFI estimates that half of exhibition spending benefits host territories directly, and the other half benefits the exhibitions industry, creating or maintaining hundreds of thousands of jobs.
For more information on GED18, click here or on the GED website here: http://www.ufi.org/industry-resources/global-exhibitions-day/