Scientel Wireless will be exhibiting at the Hawaii Buildings, Facilities & Property Management Expo on Thursday, March 11th, 2010: 10 am to 4 pm.
THE PRODUCER: Douglas Trade Shows was established in Hawaii in 1983. It is Hawaii’s largest and oldest trade show management company and producer of Hawaii’s largest annual exposition, the Hawaii Lodging, Hospitality & Foodservice Expo, begun in 1995. Douglas Trade Shows also produces Hawaii’s four annual general merchandise, gift, jewelry and fashion accessory trade shows. In addition, the company has provided management services for association and government trade events for the arts, the environnment, architecture and the disability industries.
THE EXPO: The Hawaii Buildings, Facilities & Property Management Expo offers convenient and efficient access to a broad variety of products, services and equipment needed by the owners, managers and operations personnel of Hawaii’s buildings, facilities and property management companies. Although, free industry-related seminars are offered, the primary objective of the Expo is to bring individuals with purchasing authority or influence together with industry vendors to create an effective marketplace for both on the exhibit floor. Admission is free.
SCHEDULE: Exhibit hours are from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Wed. March 10th & Thur. March 11th. Exhibitors may set up their displays from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm on Tues. March 9th and from 7:30 am to 9:30 am on Wed. March 10th. Exhibit dismantling begins at 4:00 pm on Thur. March 11th. It must be completed by 9 pm.
THE MARKET: Hawaii’s total population exceeds 1.2 million residents. The state capital and business, financial, urban and transport center is the City & County of Honolulu on the Island of Oahu. It’s population is over a million placing it among the twelve largest cities in the U.S.A. Seven million tourists come to Hawaii from around the world each year. They have access to 70,000 hotel and resort condo units and 3,000 foodservice establishments. Hawaii is also home to major military bases for the U.S. Army, Navy, Airforce and Marines. Census information from Hawaii governmental agencies including the Dept. of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, the Dept. of Land Utilization and the Property Divisions of Hawaii Counties indicates (excluding single family homes) that there are over 9,000 major residential, commercial and government buildings and facility structures Statewide. Hawaii’s limited land mass encourages design solutions favoring more creative vertical and “green” construction in urban centers. An aggressive initiative to build a mass transit sytem on Oahu with Federal assistance is also underway.
ATTENDEES: 2,365 individuals with purchasing authority or influence attended in 2009. They represented Hawaii’s architects, asset managers, attractions, colleges, commercial buildings, condominiums, contractors, country clubs, culture and arts facilities, developers, department stores, entertainment complexes, financial institutions, franchise operators, golf courses, government buildings, healthcare facilities, hospitals, industrial plants, interior designers, law enforcement centers, libraries, military structures and housing, office buildings, parks, prisons, property managers, public utilities, recreational and sports centers, real estate brokers, religious facilities, residential buildings, schools, shopping centers, supermarkets, transportation centers, warehouses and more…
EXHIBITS: Products, services & equipment exhibited include: accounting, air-conditioning, alarm systems, access control, architectural, audio/video, building automation, cable & satellite services, carpets, cleaning, ceilings, computer systems, coatings, construction material, doors, drapes, elevators, electrical, emergency power, energy control, engineering, finance, fitness, floors & floorcare, furniture & decor, hardware, insurance, interior design, landscaping & grounds-keeping, leasing, lighting, maintenance, marketing, material handling, office supplies & equipment, painting, parking, plumbing, printing, promotional items, recycling, recreation, remodeling, renovation, retrofitting, roofing, safety, sanitation, security, shade products, shipping, signs, storage, sustainability, swimming pools, telecommunications, uniforms, ventilation, wallcoverings, waste disposal, windows and more…
Douglas Trade Shows
P.O. Box 458 • Kailua, HI 96734