Seawork 2013: a very positive experience for Aalco
At a time when some trade exhibitions seem to struggling, the busy gangways and strong visitor numbers to the stands at Seawork mark a pleasant departure from what has, all too often, become the norm at other events, according to Aalco.
“Aalco Metals had a very positive experience at Seawork 2013,” reports Sales Development Director, Clive Bush. “The organisers have got it right; they put on the exhibition and do a first class job delivering the right audience. Of course, it is the exhibitors’ job to provide interesting and eye-catching displays, but past experience has shown that our investment in this particular event pays dividends.
“In addition to key UK customers, we noted a significant number of visitors from overseas which is very encouraging”
Seawork 2013 marked the fifth successive year that Aalco Metals has taken part and the company has already re-booked for next year.
More information at www.aalco.co.uk.
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