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  • Japan Build Tokyo 2023 Wraps Up with Unprecedented Growth and Global Collaboration

    Japan Build Tokyo, organized by RX JAPAN, has concluded with resounding success, showcasing unprecedented growth in both exhibitor numbers and visitor turnout. Hosted at Tokyo Big Sight from December 13-15, 202... more
  • Power + Utilities brand returns to Australia

    Event Organiser Talk2 Media is pleased to announce the return of the popular Power + Utilities Leadership Summit and Expo from 7 – 8 May 2024. Rebranded to Enlit Australia in 2020, the event’s return to its... more

Japan Build Tokyo 2023 Wraps Up with Unprecedented Growth and Global Collaboration

Japan Build Tokyo, organized by RX JAPAN, has concluded with resounding success, showcasing unprecedented growth in both exhibitor numbers and visitor turnout. Hosted at Tokyo Big Sight from December 13-15, 2023, the event not only welcomed international exhibitors from 11 countries but also introduced new features, highlighting its commitment to sustainability, accessibility, and innovation. This year's edition featured an impressive lineup of 560 exhibitors and a total of 34,443 attendees, reflecting the growing significance of Japan Build Tokyo on the global stage. The participation of companies and brands from USA, Italy, UK, India, Cambodia, Switzerland, Belgium, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Korea, added a diverse and international perspective to the event. A notable addition to the 2023 Tokyo edition was the introduction of the Green Building Expo, emphasising a heightened f... more

Power + Utilities brand returns to Australia

Event Organiser Talk2 Media is pleased to announce the return of the popular Power + Utilities Leadership Summit and Expo from 7 – 8 May 2024. Rebranded to Enlit Australia in 2020, the event’s return to its origin, Power + Utilities Australia, follows extensive industry research and feedback from stakeholders. Event Director Paul Mathers said it was an easy decision to make. “This brand successfully attracted 107 exhibitors and 2,834 visitors at its peak in 2019 and has always been very clear in communicating its intent – to bring together the power and utilities sector, from end to end. In doing so, Power + Utilities Australia reflects the decentralisation of a once-siloed industry, as it becomes more and more connected along the energy transition journey,” Paul said. The rebooted Power + Utilities Australia Leadership Summit & Expo will take place at the Melbourne C... more