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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Greener, eco-friendly trade shows are growing in Oregon and beyond.

“In our industry there’s a much higher personal interest in sustainability and green options. It’s grown in proportion to the overall awareness and passion for the topic outside of the industry,” said John Pavek, chief marketing officer of Exhibitor Magazine, which estimated the annual market potential for green exhibiting options to be $9.24 billion.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Oregon plays host to a handful of sustainable trade show booth suppliers. Two such suppliers are Greenspace and Boothster.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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