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International LCT Show Wins Award For Exhibitor Growth

Posted on May 14, 2013
Attendees bustling in the aisles at the 2013 ILCT Show, Las Vegas Feb. 5-7.

Attendees bustling in the aisles at the 2013 ILCT Show, Las Vegas Feb. 5-7.

Attendees bustling in the aisles at the 2013 ILCT Show, Las Vegas Feb. 5-7.
Attendees bustling in the aisles at the 2013 ILCT Show, Las Vegas Feb. 5-7.

OCEANSIDE, Calif. — Trade Show Executive Magazine honored the International LCT Show last week with a second place ranking for having the highest increase in exhibit floor growth in 2012.

Every year, the magazine publishes its “Fastest 50,” which honors the fastest-growing trade shows with categories in net square feet of paid exhibit space, number of exhibiting companies, and number of attendees.

The International LCT Show captured honors in all three categories coming in second, 14th, and 49th, respectively. The ILCT Show went from 28,850 net square feet of paid exhibit space in 2011, to 46,310 square feet in 2012, an increase of 60.5%.

The International LCT Show also was noted for its record-breaking number of countries represented by attendees in 2012.

The ILCT Show was nominated to the “Fastest 50” back in January, right before the 2013 show in Las Vegas, Feb. 5-7

For more information about the ILCT Show, go to www.lctshow.com.

Source: Trade Show Executive Magazine

Related Topics: Bobit Business Media, honors and awards, ILCT

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