Above: LambEx 2018 Chair Bindi Murray encourages businesses to take advantage of the special offer for freestanding trade exhibition spaces at LambEx 2018, to be held on August 5-7.
EXHIBITORS at LambEx 2018 will have access to the largest event space yet – with 5500 square metres of display space at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The huge space will mean the LambEx 2018 trade exhibition will be the biggest yet allowing delegates to access the latest and greatest information and equipment.
To celebrate, the LambEx 2018 team have released a special offer for a limited time, with an early bird rate available for freestanding exhibition spaces.
The offer means that businesses wanting to display livestock, equipment, supplies or vehicles will be able to book a trade space for a special rate – but the offer is only available until December 15.
In other LambEx news, planning has continued at a rapid pace with a strong line-up of speakers and activities to centre around the event.
LambEx will return to Perth on August 5-7, 2018, for the first time since the inaugural event almost a decade ago.
Conference Chair Bindi Murray said the trade exhibition was the centre of LambEx 2018, with all catering being served in the area, meaning exhibitors would be right in the heart of the action to engage and network with delegates.
“We are really excited to be at the PCEC – it’s a fabulous space for us to be able to showcase all that is sensational about the sheep and lamb industry,” she said.
“With 5500 square metres, there is double the exhibition space of previous events so we will literally be able to fit whatever exhibitors want to bring.”
LambEx 2018 major event partners are Meat & Livestock Australia, the WA Government Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and WAMMCO.
Members of the 2018 Organising Committee include Chair Bindi Murray, producer and Sheep Alliance of WA and Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA; Jackie Kyte, Meat & Livestock Australia; Beth Paganoni, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development; Graeme Martin, University of WA; Andrew Thompson, Murdoch University; Brad Ipsen, WAMMCO; Scott Pickering, Stud Merino Breeders Association of WA; Kathleen Allan, Sheep Producers Australia; Ian Robertson, WAFarmers; Kelly Pearce, Grower Group Alliance of WA; Ashley Herbert, AAAC; Clayton South, producer; Holly Ludeman, Harmony Agriculture and Food Company; Josh Sweeny, SPA; John Smoker, Muresk Institute; and Esther Jones, Sheep Alliance.
For further information contact LambEx 2018 Chair Bindi Murray on 0409 347 299.
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