May 15, 2019
It's been quite a ride since we launched the first Touring Exhibitions Meeting in Paris in 2012, and we're grateful to everyone that's joined us for it. Our most recent edition, at the Glashaus | ARENA in Berlin, was attended by over 140 delegates from 21 countries. However the time has come to say goodbye to this project, and hello to the start of something new. As all our Berlin delegates will know, it's just the beginning of a new endeavour from SC Exhibitions. We're rethinking TEM and relaunching it with a new concept as TEEM – The Experience Economy Meeting. We'll be hosting the first edition of this in Downtown Los Angeles in 2020, and plan to announce further details soon.
As well as this exciting news, we've got two new publications for you to look forward to.
IQ magazine is revisiting the touring exhibitions sector to find out how it has developed, while trying to identify opportunities for its continued growth. In addition to quizzing the creators of the most successful exhibitions, IQ will explore which territories might be next to open to the market, as well as highlighting other prospective new expo ideas. The report is being spearheaded by author Derek Robertson.
Within this special report, there are a limited number of advertising opportunities available. The media pack, which includes a rate card, is available here, and you can view an online version of the most recent issue of the magazine by clicking here.
SHOWBIZ CULTURE No. 6 | Launch on May 19 at AAM in New Orleans
We know that you've been waiting with bated breath for our next annual magazine to hit your inbox. Well, the wait is over: on May 19 we will publish the 6th edition of SHOWBIZ CULTURE at the AAM in New Orleans.
We call this one the Backstage Issue, and this time we're celebrating the people who make the business of museums, music, art, theatre and commerce so enthralling. We have the privilege and pleasure of working in this fascinating world of concerts, festivals and exhibitions, so we're inviting you behind the scenes of some of our own projects, as well as a few other projects and businesses we find interesting. It is a very special issue with almost 100 pages, including some extra live entertainment backstage reports.
Come and see us at our #booth2321 at the AAM MuseumExpo from May 19 to 22 to pick up your personal copy of SHOWBIZ CULTURE No. 6 and learn more about our current and upcoming exhibitions and projects.
If you can’t attend the AAM visit our magazine section and read SHOWBIZ CULTURE online.