Attracting Talent into the Exhibition Industry

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Attracting Talent into the Exhibition Industry

The UFI Next Generation Leadership (NGL) Grantees: Monika Baro, VNU Asia Pacific Co., Ltd. (Thailand), Daniella Galante, RX Africa (South Africa), Joe Kowalsky, Emerald X (USA), Justine Rabel, Eventmaker (France), Maria Victoria Piñeres, Costa Rica Convention Center/Grupo Heroica Volio & Trejos S.A. (Costa Rica) and Jon Yahirun, Clarion Events (USA) focus for their collective presentation at the upcoming UFI Global Congress in Muscat, Oman is New Talent Narrative for the Industry.

“Presently,” said Kowalsky, “Our industry has no dedicated talent narrative. How we position and talk about ourselves is important to attract the right people. We are interested to learn what people in exhibitions think about our industry along with their thoughts on career benefits – and what it will take to attract new talent into our industry.” 

Kowalsky continued, “If we want to ensure a successful future for our industry, it’s essential we listen and provide thoughtful solutions to the challenges facing the global workforce.”

Once the data is analyzed, the NGL’s will review the results and recommend a cohesive narrative to better recruit new people into the exhibition business.

Please help by completing this survey: and share it with friends, not just those in the exhibition industry, too!

Results and recommendations will be shared on 15 November 2022, at 4 pm during the 89th UFI Global Congress in Muscat, Oman.

By | 2022-09-30T14:19:37+02:00 September 29th, 2022|Best Practices, Exhibition Industry, Human Resources, Management|0 Comments

About the Author:

Stephanie Selesnick, President of Las Vegas-based International Trade Information, Inc. works with exhibition organizers to internationalize their shows, one expo at a time. They recently introduced the International Exhibitor Representation Program are the long time North American representatives for SNIEC, the Shanghai New International Expo Centre in China. A second-generation former show organizer, Stephanie blogs for UFI, the Global Association for the Exhibition Industry and Exhibition World, and enjoys sharing knowledge online and in person. She is a founding member of the Exhibitions Think Tank, Women in Exhibitions Network North America, serves on the faculty of UFI’s Exhibition Management School and is a Virtual Events Institute Subject Matter Expert.

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