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Postponed Exhibitions in the Philippines due to COVID-19

Postponed: WORLDBEX, Philconstruct Luzon, Interior Design Manila, Furniture Show, Franchise Asia, Future Energy Show, ARAPAW

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Organizers and exhibitions companies in the Philippines have indefinitely cancelled and/or postponed these construction, design, engineering and technology events due to COVID-19 outbreak.

Postponed Event: WORLDBEX

Here’s the official statement from the organizer:

In response to the government declaring a state of public health emergency throughout the entire Philippines; alongside the recommendations of the Department of Health regarding the imposition of Social Distancing Measures in the National Capital Region, which prohibits mass gatherings and events due to concerns related to COVID-19, Worldbex Services International (WSI) announces its decision to postpone WORLDBEX and MIAS 2020.

Worldbex Services International, amidst shows that are set to be held on March 18 to 22, 2020 (25th WORLDBEX) and April 2 to 5, 2020 (16th MIAS), has made this difficult decision after close and careful consultation with its partners and the health authorities in charge, in whom it has full trust for their expertise and recommendations for the benefit of exhibitors, collaborators, and visitors. Following the recent prohibition on mass public gatherings, with direct implications for the trade shows, WSI had no other option than to make this decision.

Postponed Event: Philconstruct Luzon

Here’s the official statement from the organizer:

The increasing number of COVID-19 cases, DOH’s health advisories, and the National Government’s announcement of a State of Public Health Emergency leave us with no choice but to postpone the show in the interest of public safety. New dates will be announced once finalized.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused to our guests, trade buyers, and exhibitors who were excited for the upcoming show.

Thank you for being with us especially in these challenging times. Stay safe and healthy.


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Postponed Event: Interior Design Manila

Here’s the official statement from the organizer:

The PIID Philippine Institute of Interior Designers will also postpone its 2-day conference. We will announce the new dates soon.

Postponed Event: Philippine International Furniture Show



Postponed Event: Franchise Asia Philippines 2020

Postponed Event: The Future Energy Show Philippines 2020

Here’s the official statement from the organizer:

The Future Energy Show Philippines is postponed to October 28-29,2020 at SMX Convention Center Manila, Pasay City, Philippines.

Postponed Event: ARAPAW by United Architects of the Philippines

So How Companies Can Find New Sales Leads?

When exhibitions and conferences are prohibited, the best marketing option for companies is to go digital.

Companies has several options to market their products and services during COVID-19 outbreak:

  1. Online advertising
  2. Publish an article about your products and services online
  3. Send out press releases
  4. Social media

When an entire city or country is in lockdown or quarantine, your company has the option to go digital. Your sales team are at risk when they travel to clients. Therefore you need to strengthen your online presence. Digital marketing is the most effective way to put your products and services to thousands of buyers during an outbreak.

GineersNow can put your brand in-front of your target audience during this challenging time. Contact Ms. Ems to find out how engineering, industrial and technology companies in the Philippines can find new sales leads.

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