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Exhibition World | NewsUK- London organiser Media10 is to re-launch The IdealHome Show in Scotland for2011. The organiser hopes toattract 40,000 visitors to theevent at the Scottish Exhibitionand Conference CentreGlasgow (SECC) between 27and 30 May.Media 10's MD Lee Newtontells EW: "Following the successof the flagship London show atEarls Court earlier this year,which saw an increase on thevisitor gate by 100,000 on theprevious year, we have seen ahuge appetite from exhibitorsand visitors alike to bring thishugely popular show to anotherpart of the UK."USA- Tarsus Group hasacquired the remaining 20 percent interest in medical eventorganiser MCI Opco.Founded by Drs RobertGoldman and Ronald Klatz in2003, MCI organises TheWorld Anti-Aging Congressand Expo in Orlando and LasVegas in April and Decemberrespectively, as well as 21smaller events across theUnited States. The company has expandedworldwide, now organisingevents in Europe, Dubai, SouthAmerica and Asia.The acquisition follows thepurchase of 80 per cent of thecompany by Tarsus in 2006.BRAZIL - United BusinessMedia is to open the doors onits Informex chemical tradeshow brand in Brazil for the firsttime later this month.The show will include aninternational conference,exhibition and networkingprogrammes. Organisers arehoping to attract around 1,500professionals to the event inSão Paulo.In Brazil alone, the chemicalindustry's net sales in 2009 wereUS$103bn, 48 per cent of whichrepresented industrialchemicals, according to theBrazilian Chemical IndustriesAssociation, ABIQUIM."Brazil, with one of the fastest-growing economies in theworld, seemed like a natural fitto launch another show," saysInformex brand director,Jennifer Jessop. "The ability tomake new businessconnections onsite at the eventwill valuable to both theexhibitors and the attendees."Informex Latin America takesplace 23 to 24 August at theAmcham Convention Centre,São Paulo.UK's Ideal Home Show tore-launch in ScotlandTHE MAGAZINE FOR THE GLOBAL EXHIBITION COMMUNITY WWW.EXHIBITION-WORLD.NET| September 2010|9Tarsus acquires anti-ageing expoAUSTRALIA- In a 25-yearundertaking with developerPlenary Group, Wellington-based investor Morrison and Cois taking a 50 per cent stake inthe Melbourne Convention andExhibition Centre (below).Under the terms of theagreement the investment wasfor an unspecified sum, reportsNew Zealand news agency,Topnews.net.nz, which is thefirst investment by the PublicInfrastructure Partnership Fund,since it was established.Morrison has said it also hasintentions to invest in NewZealand's proposed NationalConvention Centre, the locationof which has yet to be decided.Morrison and Co takes50% stake in MCECUBM to launch chemicalshow brand in BrazilSINGAPORE- The Marina BaySands' lawyers and lawyers'group the Inter-Pacific BarAssociation (IPBA) havereached an agreement,suspending legal action.Earlier this year the MarinaBay Sands resort developmentin Singapore issued a writagainst the IPBA, organiser ofone of the first conventions atthe new venue, after it withheldpayment. The IPBA counter-claimed, alleging the venue wasunfinished, resulting inblackout, jammed lifts, andSingapore casino complex settlesits legal gamble with IPBAtoilets that couldn't flush.The negative publicity marredthe June official opening of theUS$5.5bn complex, whichincludes 100,000sqm ofexhibition space. Althoughdetails of the legal deal remainconfidential, a joint statementby both parties said that MarinaBay Sands "regrets theunfortunate incidents thataffected the event held at itsfacilities".Sources close to the casebelieve IPBA is to receive adiscount on its bill.