AddressCOMPANY DETAILS

Artexis Easyfairs Group

Rue Saint-Lambert 135, 1200 Brussels

Belgium

OTHER COUNTRIES

Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

Website
Mail

Call32 2 740 10 70

ACTIVE MATERIALS

Design & Branding, Sustainability

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Alcoholic Beverages, Baby & Toddlers, Bakery, Confectionery, Dairy, Desserts & Ice Cream, Fruit & Vegetables, Hot Drinks, Meat, Fish & Eggs, Ready Meals & Side Dishes, Sauces & Seasonings, Snacks, Soft Drinks, Soup, Sports Nutrition, Spreads, Sugar & Sweeteners, Supplements, Cereals, Food, Beverages

Artexis Easyfairs Group

Artexis Easyfairs enables communities to “visit the future” at must-attend events that anticipate their needs and present solutions in the ideal format.

Through Easyfairs, the Group currently organises more than 200 events in 19 countries (Algeria, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Emirates, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States).

And through Artexis, it manages 11 events venues in the Benelux, Germany and Nordic regions (Ghent, Antwerp, 2 venues in Namur, Mechelen-Brussels North, Mons, Hardenberg, Gorinchem, Venray, Stockholm and Malmö). The Group employs more than 700 people and expects to generate revenues in excess of €167 million for its financial year 2016-2017.

Artexis Easyfairs strives to be the most adaptable, agile and effective player in the events industry by employing committed individuals, deploying the best marketing and technology tools, and developing strong brands. Visit the future with Artexis Easyfairs.

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