Reed Exhibitions Greater China Supports Bright, Young Minds in China’s Exhibition Industry

January 9, 2017

Reed Exhibitions Greater China continues its contribution to the future of the nation’s exhibition industry with the ninth annual edition of The Reed Exhibitions Greater China Scholarship Program.

The Reed Exhibitions Greater China Scholarship Program award ceremony recently was held Dec. 13 at Beijing International Studies University (BISU).

The Reed Exhibitions Greater China Scholarship Program was created to attract and motivate outstanding young talents who endeavor to serve China’s MICE trade through the exhibition industry. 

It is one of many ways in which the company, as the world’s largest event organizers, demonstrates leadership and good corporate citizenship as it continues its role in building greater resources for China’s exhibition industry.

The program originated with a three-year-cooperation with the Exhibition Management Department of Beijing International Studies University (BISU) in 2007. 

The 2016 award applicants boasted a significant increase from recent years with 26 participating schools and 249 students. The overall 38 prizes line-up totalled to RMB135, 000.

A surge in participant numbers demonstrates a promising trend among China’s young professionals in the nation’s rapidly expanding exhibitions industry. 

Today’s young talents increasingly recognize Reed’s potential for development amid an exceptional working environment.

The company’s reputation as a top employer is undoubtedly a factor as well. Reed Exhibitions Greater China recently received the Best Employer honor for its third consecutive year, followed by The Best Performance Management Company Award in 2015, and its listing among Beijing’s Top 30 Employers in 2014.

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