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Eric Rozenberg: New Appointment By Reed Travel Exhibitions

Eric Rozenberg, President of Belgian based Swantegy has been appointed as Non-Executive Chair of Reed Travel Exhibitions (RTE) global portfolio of meetings events www.ibtmevents.com.

Having just completed a year as the first European to be Chairman of MPI, he will take up this position from 1 July 1 2011. Rozenberg remains committed to the development of his own company, Swantegy.

The IBTM portfolio includes AIME (Australia), EIBTM (Spain), CIBTM (China), GIBTM (Middle East) and AIBTM (USA).

“Eric has been a close supporter of RTE for many years and his industry experience and knowledge will provide a perfect partnership for the management team and our global portfolio of events.  We hope that his international perspective, not least the work he has done in the last year, will give us some interesting new ideas across all levels of our business,” said Craig Moyes, Group Exhibition Director for the global meetings portfolio of events.

“I am delighted to be joining the team at RTE to work across their global portfolio from a strategic perspective, helping develop their business performance through this important role. I am looking forward to making a positive contribution to grow this sector within Reed Travel Exhibitions;” commented Rozenberg.