Dozens of conventions and business gatherings in Las Vegas have new dates in late 2021 or 2022.
Las Vegas saw 38.8 million visitors last year, a 20.5 percent increase compared with 2021. But the double digit percentage increase was not enough to beat the city’s 2016 record of 42.9 million visitors.
Fifteen Ukrainian companies were exhibiting at Las Vegas Market this week after domestic demand dropped sharply when Russia invaded Ukraine last year.
The Las Vegas Winter Market returns Sunday, and organizers expect a “terrific” performance as signs point to a trade show that will be back to its pre-pandemic level.
The International Builders’ Show is projected to host more than 1,000 exhibitors and draw more than 57,000 attendees.
Held by Mecum Auctions, the annual Vintage and Antique Motorcycle Auction will return Jan. 24-28 and feature an estimated 2,000 motorcycles.
The Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 competition took place at the World of Concrete trade show Wednesday with a Wisconsin duo taking home first place.
Sustainable products have a growing presence at World of Concrete, which has been highlighting its own environmentally-friendly efforts to put on the show.
Carl Cosico’s brainstorm on a biometricly locking firearms case is drawing acclaim from gun-safety advocates and for its quick-armed, auto-eject mechanism.
Even with a gloomy 2023 economic outlook for the construction industry, visitors showed optimism during the first day of the annual trade show.
Fancy Food is not just a hubbub of culinary abundance. It’s also the occasion, through grazing, to suss out the major food and drink trends in the years ahead.
The concrete and construction trade show World of Concrete expects 60,000 attendees this year, marking a full return to its pre-pandemic numbers.
CES brought in more attendees than organizers had initially anticipated during the annual four-day tech trade show that wrapped up Sunday.
Several Las Vegas businesses are taking advantage of CES being in their backyard to grow their brand and business.