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5th GED coming up in June

kf - Wednesday, February 12, 2020    

5th GED coming up in June
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As Global Exhibitions Day GED2020 is less than four months away, now is the time to start thinking about how you will mark it on June 3, 2020 to make the invisible giant visible. This will be the fifth GED since the initiative was started in 2016. GED2019 was a huge success: Seventy-eight ideas for inspiration can be found in the GED Online Reporting Tool. See what others have done to celebrate GED and create your own ideas for this year's edition. All initiatives entered in the GED Online Reporting Tool will be in the running for the Exhibition World/UFI GED Award. The format and theme of the Award will change for GED2020. Instead of five categories, there will be just: "Making the invisible giant visible".

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