A business oriented trade show for suppliers to the Irish Hospitality Industry; Hospitality Expo attracts c. 3.000 trade visitors and features Chef Ireland, The Hospitality Summit, The Stonehouse Trade Show, The Food & Wine Village, The Skills Village, the Tech Village and One to One mentoring from DIT.
Fit Out Expo is designed to provide developers, owners and managers of commercial property with a comprehensive visual index of the concepts, resources and systems capable of enhancing the utilization and value of their properties.Date: 6-7 Feb 2018 Venue: RDS, Dublin
Run on behalf of the Royal Irish Automobile Club. Over 40 clubs participated, together with a fabulous display of feature cars from many of Ireland’s leading classic car collectors. In addition the 10,000 plus enthusiasts enjoyed a recreation of the Pit Stop from the Irish Grand Prix which took place in the Phoenix Park from 1929 to 1931 including a number of classic racing cars from that period.
The Ideal Home Show attracts around 30,000 visitors every Spring & Autumn. This is Ireland’s largest, best loved, most comprehensive and most successful exhibition for home owners. Features include The Showhouse, Colortrend Interior Design Forum, Woodies DIY Demos, RIAI free Architect Advice, Fashion Show, Advice Theatres, Energy Expo and Extend and Renovate.
The Irish Motorbike and Scooter Show in the RDS Dublin is recognized as Ireland’s biggest and most successful bike show. It’s the premier showcase and marketplace for everything motorcycle related, featuring the nation’s top importers and dealers, exhibiting the latest bikes and accessories. Dynamics include high octane stunt shows, amazing stage shows, live action speed arena, AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building, model search competition and lots more fun and excitement! All of which attracts up to 27,000 enthusiastic visitors.
The Irish gaming industry is awaiting regulation which now looks likely to be introduced by 2018. ACE Expo, in association with the Irish Amusement Trades Association, will play a major role in the development of the industry in Ireland once regulated.