Cook & Associates’ 2017 calendar is one of our busiest ever, taking in more than 50 shows around the world. During one month alone – September – we were responsible for supporting 14 clients at 9 different shows on 3 continents! Here’s a snapshot of how it panned out….

EMC Europe in France kicked our month off, in the UNESCO World Heritage for Humanity city of Angers where client Kemet Electronics put on a strong show in the technical EMC and RF/microwave measurement and instrumentation-focused exhibition alongside the high level conference.

Over on the other side of the world, our team was supporting Textron AirLand at the National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) in Louisville, Texas. Staged in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the 139th NGAUS General Conference & Exhibition is the National Guard’s largest annual event and a major showcase for the latest military technology.

Next stop was Marrakech in Northern Africa for Bombardier Business Jets, providing VIP visitors with welcome shelter from the hot sun in its chalet at MEBAA Show Morocco!

The build-up for London’s major defence event, DSEI, typically takes at least a week, with the Cook & Associates team involved in creating 5 very different stands for clients Ultra Electronics, FLIR Systems, Revision Military, MOOG and Pearson Engineering. You can read more about DSEI 2017 and hear from our clients in person here.

Running concurrently with DSEI was the first ever MWC Americas event in San Francisco. Clients Infobip and Blancco took the plunge as regular Mobile World Congress exhibitors in Barcelona, taking advantage of our cost-effective approach to exhibiting in the United States with our custom rental package.

IBC took us to Amsterdam for client Eutelsat, followed by the AFA Air, Space and Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Maryland in the US for Spirit Aero Systems.

Bringing the month to an elegant close was the Southampton Boat Show, where we organised MDL Marinas chalet – reporting a highly successful event here.

All in a month’s work!