For five days, CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 invaded every square inch of the Las Vegas Convention Center on Paradise Road. Produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturing, the show estimated it attracted about 125,000 attendees who created an estimated nongaming economic impact of $157.3 million for the city, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
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Local exhibitors are having a strong week at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014, the construction industry trade show that is consuming 2.5 million square feet at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Everything’s bigger here. Through Saturday, CONEXPO-CON/AGG takes up 2.5 million square feet, or every available inch of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturing, the show is expecting about 125,000 attendees who will create an estimated nongaming economic impact of $157.3 million to the city, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
On any given Wednesday, you can throw a rock and hit a meeting in Las Vegas. For a city known for its raucous gambling, drinking and partying, Las Vegas probably offers just as much in the way of meeting spaces, convention centers and business event venues.
If you’re looking around Market LV inside Tivoli Village and you’ve noticed a new shop, you’re not seeing things.
Thousands of workers, most wearing T-shirts and jeans or cargo pants, helped put together the largest domestic trade show, CONXEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 in Las Vegas. Together it will take crews 29 days to create an experience for the construction industries.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles performing in Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is looking for locals who have a great story about when Beatlemania swept through Las Vegas.
Hey business owners, this iOS application might help.
The fashion world has descended on Las Vegas this week with two major trade show collections, Modern Assembly and MAGIC Market Week, here along with a few independents.
Sometimes it’s the little things.