Japan's Largest Trade Show OrganiserOrganising professional trade shows each year across a wide variety of industriesâ€œReed Exhibitions Japan Ltd. was founded in 1986 as a member of the world's leading exhibition organiserâ€“Reed Exhibitions. Through continually striving to create trade exhibitions that generate business for the exhibitors and visitors alike, our company has in 2003 become the largest trade show organiser in Japan. By organising successful international exhibitions, we are full... Show Morey committed to promoting the trade between Japan and the world.â€ - Tad Ishizumi PresidentMerits to participant in Reed Japan's EventFor ExhibitorsAll exhibitions organised by Reed Exhibitions Japan are offered with comprehensive services which helps our customers to achieve success to the maximum extent possible.THREE PROMISES;We willâ€¦ Bring quality buyers in quantity Contribute various support/consultation to increase business opportunities before and during the show Offer comprehensive and detailed customer careFor VisitorsJapan is the world's trend center and innovation hub. Trade shows in Japan are known to showcase the most advanced technology, products of the highest quality, and state-of-the-art designs from around the world. Come visit our exhibitions and you will see what you Show Less
I wish to share or highlight a few points about the show itself as mentioned below:1. Visitor registration counters, staff organizers must have a computer system as it is texting for the staff working there! 2. As the East & West Wings are wide a part we knew about the bus ride to the other wing,but we do not know where to take these shuttle bus services!3. The walk ways were spaces, but the floor were not carpeted as it was painful on the feet.Carpet would help absorb the hard concrete!Overall, it was good show!Keep up with the excellent work.thanksBest regardsJustin Ang
Dear Organizer, we hope to see more English version of brochures. We loved the expo, only barrier for us was communication. As a foreigner who does not speak Japanese, we found it tough to ask questions. Thanks again and we are looking forward for events in Japan again.