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Reed Exhibitions China Continues to Invest in Future Industry Talents

SHANGHAI, Dec. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reed Exhibitions Greater China has announced its commitment to continue and expand its scholarship program for young Chinese talents who study Event Management. The company has indicated its intention to enhance the programme to cover the whole of mainland China through the partnership with National Society of Event Management Educators representing 50 leading universities across the country. 

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Reed Exhibitions China is the first organizer who launched this scholarship programme with Beijing International Studies University (BISU) in 2007. The aim of this scholarship is to motivate students and cultivate their commitments to the industry while providing a bridge to link their future careers. The awarded students will not only receive financial assistance and job training during their studies but will also have an opportunity to work with the company after their graduation.

"We will continue to play our part in building greater resources for the exhibition industry in China. BISU is an excellent partner who helps us nurture and develop young talents. I am proud that we are able to bring this programme to the next level and offer it to the outstanding students across China. At Reed, we are committed to our industrial and social responsibilities and welcoming these talents to work with us," said Preecha S. Chen, President of Reed Exhibitions Greater China.

"Reed Exhibitions China is the first company who launched such an initiative and we are pleased with the results. With our joint effort, the scholarship students are able to take part in a variety of trainings and create networks that benefit both career and personal development. We appreciate Reed's commitment to this project," Professor Liu Dake, Chairman of National Society of Event Management Educators added.

About Reed Exhibitions Greater China

Reed Exhibitions Greater China is a member of the world's largest events organizer: Reed Exhibitions. Reed is China's premier organizer of definitive trade events, through eight outstanding member companies: Reed Exhibitions China, Reed Sinopharm, Reed Huabo, Reed Huaqun, Reed Exhibitions (Shanghai), Reed Guanghe, Reed Huabai and Reed Hongda.

Reed Exhibitions Greater China's 54 high quality trade events serve 11 of the country's fastest growing specialized sectors, including: Electronics Manufacturing & Assembly; Machine Tools, Metalworking & Industrial Materials; Converting; Pharmaceuticals, Medicine & Health Care; Gifts & Homeware; Automotive; Energy & Marine Technology; Lifestyle; Travel, Gaming & Property.

In China, Reed combines global resources and local expertise to produce content-rich, highly focused events that deliver excellent business interaction, insight through leadership and corporate as well as personal advancements. They are a trusted source of best practice for business professionals across a wide range of industries. In 2011, Reed Exhibitions Greater China brought together more than 27,000 suppliers, 650,000 visitors and 25,000 conference delegates.

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