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Around the world, more than 100,000 event buyers use just one resource for the bulk of their vendor research and selection. Fortune 500 event departments have only one trusted tool they depend on when looking for new partners. Event agencies trust only one place when looking for the most legitimate suppliers. And designers type only one web address into their browser when they’re in need of new products, new technologies and new vendors.

Welcome to the Event Industry Superbook, the world’s largest, most complete and most legitimate repository of event industry partners. This online Superbook allows you to quickly and easily navigate certain categories or companies, learn about them, review their work, even issue a call for more information in just a click.

Partners – interested in being a part of the event industry’s go to supplier resource? Click here for more information!

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