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Denmark Joins the Growing Baltic Family of Exhibitors at CONVENE 2015

EXHIBITORS FROM DENMARK will be making their debut in CONVENE 2015 with Visit Denmark, Wonderful Copenhagen, Park Inn by Radisson Copenhagen Airport and DMC Nordic already confirmed into the show completing a Baltic Sea circle of exhibitors represented at the event.

Danish exhibitors will join a growing representation from Sweden, Finland, Poland, Russia, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania and there will also be representation from Lviv in the Ukraine and from Belarus. Jolanta Beniuliene the Event Director of CONVENE and also Director of the Vilnius Convention Bureau said, "We are delighted to see the Danish exhibitors join the CONVENE family completing the circumference of the Baltic Sea countries. Denmark is a mature meetings destination with a reputation for quality facilities and service and provides an impressive addition to the range of offer to be discovered at the show."

Steen Moeller Director of Business Events for Visit Denmark said, "CONVENE in its first two years has established a great reputation as an elegant and effective industry trade event delivering an impressive array of hosted buyers to a clearly defined regional exhibitor group whop benefit from a very well managed appointment schedule supported by great networking and education. The detailed customer care of buyers and exhibitors alike has been widely commended."

Danish exhibitors are entering the show at a time of increased participation from Sweden, Estonia and Latvia in particular with the very strong Lithuanian representation set to continue.