United Business Media (UBM) and Mack Brooks Exhibitions Collaborate to Run Headline Events at Aviation LIVE in Beijing, China
United Business Media (UBM) a multinational media and Events Corporation responsible for the organisation of the ATC Global Exhibition and Conference and Mack Brooks Exhibitions, renowned for organising targeted trade exhibitions in diverse industrial sectors globally, including inter airport China, today announced that they have teamed up to deliver the headline events at Aviation LIVE.
Building on last year’s successful ATC Week run by UBM in the UAE, Aviation LIVE is a series of face-to-face events providing education, networking and business opportunities for aviation industry professionals.
Aviation LIVE is anchored by leading international air traffic management event, ATC Global and China’s largest event dedicated to airports, inter airport China both taking place on 12-14 September in Beijing.
Speaking about this joint initiative, Paula Milburn, Development Director – Aviation, UBM EMEA stated “China has a rapidly growing aviation industry which is benefiting from significant investment. With the biggest ATC event in China and the biggest airport event in China coming together and these being complimented with a raft of other aviation related activities and events all taking place within a few days, this is a great opportunity for the Aviation community to come together inBeijing between 9th – 14th September.”
Confirmed supporters of the Aviation LIVE to date include Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), Air Traffic Management Bureau (ATMB) and China Aviation Supplies Holding Company (CAS).
Talking about Aviation LIVE, a representative at CAS stated “As part of the ambitious expansion plans of China, the country keeps increasing investment in the aviation sector. We like to welcome all our friends around the world to join us in making the Chinese aviation industry better.”
UBM and Mack Brooks Exhibitions are inviting industry experts and stakeholder organisations to host independent events in advance of ATC Global and Inter Airport so that aviation professionals attending the flagship events can make the very best use of their time away from their place of work. Organisations that run events under the Aviation Live banner will also gain exposure to the audience that will be in Beijing for these leading events.
Events qualifying to take place under the Aviation Live banner can take a wide range of formats including workshops, educational sessions, briefings, site visits, product demonstrations and tours.
Events already confirmed include the Beijing Capital International Airport Tour and Beijing Air Traffic Control Centre Tour running on 11th September, led by the Air Traffic Management Bureau of Civil Aviation Administration of China (ATMB).
For further information about hosting an event or attending any of the Aviation LIVE events visithttp://www.aviationlive.net.