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TCCA announces new exhibitions partner for Critical Communications events series

Date: 27th January 2017
Topic: News
Author: Sam Fenwick
Tags:
Critical Communications World, TCCA

The TCCA, owner of the Critical Communications series of events, has announced the appointment of MA Exhibitions as event organiser for an initial period of five years.

MA Exhibitions is the specialist events arm of TETRA Today and Land Mobile publisher Mark Allen Group (MAG). 

Jon Benson, a managing director of MAG, said: “Since I launched TETRA Today in 2010, a title that was created by working closely with the TCCA, our partnership has grown from strength to strength and we are delighted to make that partnership even stronger by delivering the Critical Communications series of events for the next five years.”

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Phil Kidner, CEO of the TCCA, (pictured left) said: ‘After a detailed, thorough and lengthy tender process we are delighted to be working with MA Exhibitions and look forward to forging a successful partnership. 

“As part of the process we visited events run by MA Exhibitions within the UK and abroad, and were impressed with the quality of execution, content and experience for visitors and exhibitors alike.” 

Commenting on the contract win, Ed Tranter, managing director of MA Exhibitions (pictured right) said: “We are all extremely excited to have won the contract and to be working with the TCCA. It is a perfect addition to our existing publishing relationship, and further strengthens our presence in a market we know well through our wireless titles and our work with BAPCO.” 

The Critical Communications series is the leading and most influential congress and exhibition programme in the world, dedicated to connecting critical communications professionals and promoting their industry and markets. The global event alternates between Europe and Asia and is supported by further events in Europe and the Middle East.

The first show to be organised by MA Exhibitions will be the global Critical Communications World event in Europe in May 2018.

Image credit: www.tetra-applications.com


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    Kert said...
    Mar 13th, 2017

    Normally I'm against killing but this article sleahgterud my ignorance.