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99FREE Transfer Included in your holiday (see page 5)call direct on 0871 423 8401 or see your local travel agent. Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras.??Family Friendly??Centrallylocated??FamilyentertainmentSee page 6 formore informationLanzaroteSELF CATERINGCGAMPHALF BOARDUPGRADE AVAILABLEBED & BREAKFASTUPGRADE AVAILABLEALL INCLUSIVECGNPP??Centrallylocated??Quiet location??FamilyentertainmentSee page 6 formore information WWEB TTOUR VIDEO Lying in a peaceful area, the Cay Beach Sun offers an attractive combination; a cheerfulatmosphere, colourful gardens and clean, simple apartments with good facilities. Situatedin the popular resort of Playa Blanca, you're far enough away from centre to enjoy the peaceand quiet, yet near enough to take a trip into the centre to enjoy days and evenings out.SELF CATERINGCGB5PBED & BREAKFASTUPGRADE AVAILABLEHALF BOARDUPGRADE AVAILABLEALL INCLUSIVECGBOPAparthotel Sun RoyalPlaya BlancaApartments Cay Beach SunPlaya Blanca. Meals:Full board with buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks 10am-12.30 midday. . Drinks:Unlimited locally produced alcoholic drinks including wine and beer and non-alcoholicdrinks including tea, coffee, water and juices (excluding fresh fruit juice) 10am-11pm. Afternoon teaand coffee4pm-5pm. Water, locally produced soft drinks, beer and wine served during meal times.allinclusiveThe Sun Royal is a fantastic choice for families and couples seeking a fun-filled break inpleasant surroundings. With a great selection of facilities all under one roof, whether you'relooking to participate in the action-packed animation or simply to soak up the sunshine, thefabulous pool area is the place to be!Aparthotel Sun ParkplusPlaya BlancaIf you're looking for a friendly easy-going kind of holiday, where you can relax and unwind,then look no further than the Sun Park. Offering guests a good level of comfort andamenities, this low-rise complex is a perfect holiday choice for all ages. Not only that, theapartments are a short distance away from the resort's shops, bars, nightlife and beach.Please note:The Sun Park is not open until the 1st July.. Meals:Full board with buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks available at selectedtimes of the day.. Drinks:Unlimited locally produced beer, wine, soft drinks, tea, coffee and local alcoholic drinksfrom selected bars at selected times of the day.allinclusive??Family Friendly??CentrallylocatedSee page 6 formore informationSELF CATERINGCGAKPBED & BREAKFASTUPGRADE AVAILABLEHALF BOARDUPGRADE AVAILABLEALL INCLUSIVECGAWPFacilities and Entertainment. 2 swimming pools . FREEsunbeds and parasols . Lounge . Launderette . Internet access . Buffet-style restaurant . Pool bar servingsnacks . Pool table . Games room . Table tennis . Tennis courts (equipment for hire) . Regular day and evening entertainment . Occasional live music . 2 kids' swimming pools . Kids' playroom . Kids' club (4-12 years) . FREEcotsAccommodationOne bedroom apartment for up to 4 (max 3 adults/1 child) consists of. Twin bedroom. Lounge area with sofa bed and pull out bed (child only) . Kitchenette . 2 electric cookingrings . Fridge . Microwave . Bath, shower and wc . TV . Safety deposit box . Balcony or terrace . Maid service 5 times a weekKey Facts. Nearest beach: 700 metres . Main resort area: 800 metres . Nearest supermarket: on-site . 200 apartments . Child age: 2-14 years . Telephone no: 00 34 928 518 179 . Official rating: 3 starSome facilities and activities may incur a local chargeFacilities and Entertainment. Swimming pool . FREEsunbeds and parasols . Internetaccess . Laundry service available . Minimarket . Buffet-style restaurant . Snack bar . Pool bar . Salon bar (open during the evening) . Billiards . Tennis court . Volleyball . Jacuzzi . Regular day and evening entertainment . Shows . Karaoke . Kids' swimmingpool . Kids' playground . Kids' club (4-12 years) . Highchairs (in the restaurant)AccommodationOne bedroom apartment for up to 4 (max 3 adults or 2 adults/2 children) consists of. Twin bedroom . Lounge area with sofa bed . Bath, shower and wc . Kitchenette . 2 cooking rings . Microwave . Satellite TV . Air-conditioning . Balcony or terrace . Maid service 5 times a weekTwo bedroom apartment for up to 5 adults similar to one bedroom apartment with. 2 twin bedroomsKey Facts. Nearest beach: 400 metres . Main resort area: 500 metres . Nearestminimarket: on-site . 150 apartments . Child age: 2-12 years (Self Catering); 2-16 years(All Inclusive) . Telephone no: 00 34 928 518359 . Official rating: 3 starSome facilities and activities may incur a local charge. Meals:Full board with buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner. Cold snacks and ice-cream fromthe pool bar 11am-1pm and 4.30pm-6.30pm.. Drinks:Local alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee from the pool bar10am-10pm. Locally produced beer, wine, soft drinks and water served during meal times.allinclusiveBased on 7 nightsBased on 7 nightsSelf Catering from£299ppAll Inclusive from£469ppFacilities and Entertainment. 2 swimming pools . FREEsunbeds and parasols . Supermarket . Launderette . Buffet-style restaurant . Pool bar . Lounge bar . Pooltable . Games room . Table tennis . Minigolf . Fitness room . Tennis courts (equipmentfor hire) . Beach volleyball . Regular day and evening entertainment . Live music . Kids' section of the main swimming pool . Kids' club (2-12 years) . Kids' mini-disco/entertainment . FREEcotsAccommodationOne bedroom apartment for up to 4 (max 3 adults or 2 adults/2 children) consistsof. Twin room . Lounge area with sofa bed and pull out bed (child only) . Kitchenette. 2 electric cooking rings . Fridge . Microwave . TV . Safety deposit box . Bath, shower and wc . Balcony or terrace . Maid service 5 times a weekKey Facts. Nearest beach: 700 metres . Main resort area: 800 metres . Nearest supermarket: on-site . 220 apartments . Child age: 2-14 years . Telephone: 00 34 928 517021 . Official rating: 1 starSome facilities and activities may incur a local chargeBased on 7 nightsBased on 7 nightsSelf Catering from£285ppAll Inclusive from£479pp WWEB TTOUR VIDEO Based on 7 nightsBased on 7 nightsSelf Catering from£275ppAll Inclusive from£489pp WWEB TTOUR VIDEO CLASSIFIED42 www.exhibitionnews.co.ukREGISTRATION SYSTEMSEffi cient ideas for all your event registration needsPhone: +44 (0) 845 612 3640Fax: +44 (0) 845 458 8491www.regbox.co.uk+44 (0)20 76398370+44 (0)79 51086337www.aromabaristas.com. Gourmet Coffee. Professional Baristas. Outstanding Service. Marketing Integration. Great Brand ExposureCATERINGfoga systemst: (01302) 572011 | f: (01302) 311852e: foga@norking.com. Modular exhibition display system. Stock lengths or cut to size. Stocked in the UK for immediate despatch. Custom curved profileswww.foga.co.ukFOGA System UK is a division of Norking Aluminium Ltd.MODULAR SYSTEMSInternational Exhibition Marketing Executive, London £24-26,500paJoin this leading media and exhibitions company and work on a very successful portfolio of European exhibitions which are now launching into Asia and South America. You will assist in the execution of the exhibitor, visitor and conference marketing campaigns and project manage direct mail campaigns, email marketing, copywriting, advertising and supplier coordination.Event Marketing Manager, London £35,000pa+ bonusA fabulous prospect has arisen for an Events Marketing Manager to work on a dynamic, major 2013 launch event specifically designed for those at the very cutting edge of the interiors and design sector. As the 'face' of the brand you will establish and manage key industry relationships and shape the brand strategy, playing a key role in the development of show content and its team. Also key to the success of this role is strategic, multi-channel, including social media, campaign management. International Event Director, London based with international travel £55-75,000paAs a key member of the team, the International Event Director will be responsible for the commercial, logistic and content management and development of a non-UK portfolio of events including China (second edition) and India (launch). It will include full responsibility for the strategic objectives and future planning and strategy for the group, key account management, with pivotal P&L control and management including growth improvements & achievements and effective management and development of the sales and marketing resource to deliver new business and quality audiences. Other roles we also have available:. Sponsorship Senior Sales Executive £26-32,000 + bonus (£22-30k OTE). Senior Conference Producer - with career prospects! £28-42,000 + bonus. International Exhibition Marketing Manager £40,000 + bonus. Conference Producer - entry level £22-24,000 + bonus. Conference Manager - Life Sciences/Pharma industry sector £28-42,000 + bonusACC Liverpool - Exhibition Sales ManagerSalary - CompetitiveFor further information please visit our website www.accliverpool.comor contact Tammy Montgomery, HR Advisor on 0151 703 7214.ACC Liverpool, home to BT Convention Centre and Echo Arena, opened in January 2008 and has established itself as a leading centre for conferences and entertainment. Exhibition Centre Liverpool is our exciting new development on Liverpool's world famous waterfront. Built as an integral part of ACC Liverpool, we are looking for an industry professional to spearhead the venue sales drive into the exhibition market. The successful candidate will have a proven track record within the exhibition industry with the ability to create and develop new business relationships to maximise client growth and retention. 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EXHIBITION LIFEwww.exhibitionnews.co.uk 43PEOPLE MOVESNew events managers at English and Scottish venues plus a host of recruits in the contractors market dominate this month's appointmentsarls Court and Olympia Venues has appointed James Skillen as event manager. He joins from the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh where he spent the past six years working as an event manager. Nick Coffey (1) joins Lee as its new sales manager. Palacios has joined Chris Wright, Jamie Calder James Shelley have recently to SO Group.Rachel CowdreyMarketing manager,Brand Licensing Europe, AdvanstarBEST THING ABOUT EXHIBITIONSBeing onsite when you see all the months of hard work come together. Exhibitors are happy, halls are buzzing and visitors are enjoying the show. TOP FRUSTRATIONVery little; I have learnt to be very patient over the years. CROWNING MOMENTGetting where I am today, looking after the marketing for an exciting and successful exhibition, particularly after being told, years ago, that I would never make it as a marketer.DREAM JOBMarine biologist (unfortunately biology was not my strong point at school).INDIVIDUAL YOU MOST ADMIREIf I had to pick one it would be my fountain of knowledge, Anthony Calvani, print and production manager at UBM. MOST UNUSUAL EVENTHaving worked on exhibitions in quite 'sensible' industries (security, safety and health) in the past, I would have to say the show I am currently working on, Brand Licensing Europe. It's not often you see Bananas in Pajamas or Peppa Pig walking down the aisles. BEST PIECE OF ADVICEHonesty is the best policy. If you make a mistake, take responsibility and do something to put it right. SONG THAT SUMS YOU UP Being an 1980s child, it would have to be Together in Electric Dreams by Philip Oakey and Giorgio Moroder. FUNNIEST WORK MOMENTBeing asked to shave 100 tennis balls so a show logo could be stamped on them. There was such a look of dismay on my face when I was handed a razor and realised it was a serious request.2 MINUTES WITH...Chris Mooge and Michael Jones (3) have joined Etherlive to support the wireless technology provider's London Media Centre activities during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Former Harrogate International Centre head of marketing Alison Griffi n (4) has become the new sales and marketing director at Telford International Centre. Michael Ritchie has joined event organiser Teamwork Professionals as projects director. His brief is to seek new opportunities in the exhibition and conference arenas.Stoneleigh Park has expanded its catering team with new catering manager, Sue Hargreaves. Brintex Events has hired former Fresh Montgomery marketing executive Clare Barker as a marketing manager.Temporary structures supplier De Boer has appointed Arnout de Hair as its CEO to replace Lucas Covers. De Hair has been working for De Boer for 14 years and held different management board positions in logistics and IT. Since 2001, he served as chief logistics offi cer.Showplace has employed Adam Jalowiecki as head of internal exhibitions. The new recruit follows the recent appointment of Steve Salt from Timberland and Wedgewood.Audiovisual supplier TechPro has hired Mick Gregory as sales director. Grass Roots EventCom has boosted its sales team with two new recruits, Michelle Banks and Dominic Marder. Banks joins Grass Roots after running her own event management company in Ireland (MSB Events). Marder returns to Grass Roots from his position of MD at DriveSense.Gala Tent has made three seasonal staff permanent. Peter Cunningham, Douglas Young and Darren Haywood are now full-time in the warehouse. Gala also recently hired Nicola Chambers in its customer services department.Skillen will work across both Earls Court and Olympia and will assist clients such as Cruise Show, The Great British Tattoo Show, HR Softworld, The 50+ Show, The Golf Show. Excel London has added a new account manager to its exhibition sales team. from Clarion Events, where he was show manager on the organiser's retail portfolio. Prior to joining Clarion, Nick worked at UBM for nine years on the Interiors portfolio.The MCM Group has recruited Miah (2)Lee will be working on MCM's popular videogame, movie and comics events including MCM Expo London Comic Con, Britain's biggest pop culture festival, and the UK collectors' show Memorabilia. Miah was most recently with Centaur Exhibitions working on the In Store Show, part of the Marketing Week Live portfolio. He has also worked for Tarsus Group and IPC Media.Borja Gonzalez PalaciosAztec Event Services as a marketing assistant. He previously worked as an intern for Spanish street theatre company Carros de Foc and will now help develop Aztec's profi le in the digital sphere.SO Group has expanded its team. and joined the fi rm as account managers managing a portfolio of exhibitions and events. Wright will join the contractor's Manchester division, while Calder is rejoining SO Group after a short stint with eForce. Shelley has worked for P&O Exhibitions and Opex previously and is also returning E2341