VNU Asia Pacific part of VNU Group will consolidate the international exhibition business of Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs as Heiko M. Stutzinger takes over as COO of Royal Jaarbeurs

Heiko M. Stutzinger, who recently  took over as COO of Royal Jaarbeurs, VNU Group and Member of the Board of Directors VNU Asia Pacific said that as the South East Asian region is re-opening for the trade fair industry with huge investments upcoming, we can rely on a great team with excellent stakeholder relations – together with the VNU Asia Pacific team, I am sure we will bring our regional operations and portfolio to the next level.”

VNU Asia Pacific is part of VNU Group, a globally operating exhibition company with offices in Utrecht, Shanghai, Bangkok and consolidates the international exhibition business of Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs. In Southeast Asia, Jaarbeurs formed a Joint Venture with TCC Group, a leading corporate conglomerate in the fast-growing region. From its business hub located in Bangkok, VNU Asia Pacific covers all key exhibition markets in South East Asia. VNU Asia Pacific has a constantly expanding portfolio with currently 19 trade shows and event formats both online and face-to-face platforms including brands from the AgriTech, Animal Husbandry, Animal Companion, Food, Life Sciences, Biotechnology, 5G and IoT and Disaster Resilience industries.

Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs belongs to the top 20 exhibition organizers by revenue worldwide and operates a 100.000 square meters exhibition center in the city of Utrecht, The Netherlands. In the coming years, the company is going to invest 300 Million Euro into further expansions of its exhibition center to continue to meet the highest technology and sustainability standards. The Asian counterpart, TCC Group, Headquartered in Thailand is one of South East Asia’s leading conglomerates and most recognized corporations. TCC Group employs 60,000 employees and has an extensive service and real estate portfolio. One of its real estate highlights is the premier exhibition and conference venue in the heart of Bangkok, The Queen Sirikit. National Convention Center (QSNCC) is currently being newly built and scheduled to re-open at the end of 2022.



Post Date: 14 Jan 2022