About Clarion UX (Urban Expositions)

The International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York is produced and managed by Clarion UX, formerly known as Urban Expositions, a Clarion Events Company.

Based in Kennesaw, GA and founded in 1995, Clarion UX (Urban Expositions) produces and manages a portfolio of 40+ events in the United States. Clarion UX also produces Airport Revenue News, a publication focused on the airport concession industry. Clarion UX has offices in Trumbull, CT, Chicago, IL, and Boca Raton, FL, and is also represented by employees in California and Colorado. 

Clarion UX offers a complete roster of trade show management services, including strategic planning, exhibit sales, marketing including research and customer insights, operations, exhibitor/attendee promotions and services, media relations, conference management, database development and management. Clarion UX is a nimble company that can be called upon to help or take over at any point in a show cycle. Through a logical, hands-on approach, Clarion UX has become one of the fastest growing and most successful trade show companies in the United States. Visit the company website or contact the team.  

In September of 2015, Clarion UX announced that the majority ownership of the company was purchased by London-based Clarion Events. Clarion Events is one of the most respected event organizers in the U.K. and produces 200 events in 35 countries. The partnership of Clarion Events and Urban Expositions extended Clarion's reach into the U.S. market, giving them a strong platform for growth and expansion of their global footprint. The Clarion Events portfolio spans a number of product sectors, including the ones they share with Clarion UX and the teams create uniquely effective and stimulating environments that can serve as a platform to build businesses, enhance customer relationships and accelerate product awareness. Clarion Events also produces a multitude of consumer events, industry conferences and trade events. Visit the company website.

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