Welcome to Publishing Events

Print and digital solutions that inspire people to connect and do business

Leading specialist publisher Publishing Events produces print and digital directories, exhibition guides and event previews on behalf of exhibition organisers and trade associations - large and small. Our clients keep coming back to us because we provide an innovative package combining beautifully designed publications, revenue-generating advertising and sponsorship sales, efficient data collection and online media.

Our services for exhibition organisers and associations

Striking designs that reflect your brand

Generate extra revenue

Hand over production headaches to us

On-time delivery & high quality print

Efficient software for managing listings

Deliver your data on the web

Guide visitors around your event

Increase customer loyalty

Other services

Whether you outsource all aspects of your event or association media to us, or select a few of our services, our package would not be complete without:

Current projects

AidEx 2014 Official Show Guide

AidEx is the only event of its kind in Europe for buyers and suppliers of humanitarian and development aid.

London Book Fair 2015 Official Directory

The London Book Fair is the global publishing community's leading spring forum for booksellers, literary agents, publishers, librarians and book production services.

One Nucleus 2014 Directory

One Nucleus is a membership organisation for international life science and healthcare companies.

How we add value

Unique design format generates £7200 for client

Since 2007, Publishing Events has produced the exhibition guide for a niche business services exhibition in a sector worth £7bn to the UK economy.

When the show was launched by the organiser in 2007, there was no competition. Previous attempts by other organisers to develop a successful event format in this sector had all failed.

New editorial formula boosts ad yields on exhibition guide

When Publishing Events was commissioned to produce the exhibition guide for an event in the sports and leisure sector, advertising yields on the publication were low.

Most of the advertising had been sold to the 300+ exhibitors at the event at less than half the standard rate card cost. The client (a membership association) also felt the show guide had been poorly laid out, and were frustrated because they had had to spend much time each year proof-reading the exhibitor entries because the copy...