The exhibition is an excellent, exceptional and fantastic space where suppliers and visitors can organize, coordinate, and exchange commodities, services and information. The exhibition is the direct contact point of suppliers and visitors, the exhibition is the venue for new ideas, information exchange, initiatives, inventions and innovations. In ancient times, the exhibition was considered to be a festival or celebration in which a place was provided for the supply of goods or services. In the past, old people during the week or at a particular time in a particular place at a particular motive or gather in celebration and to organize parties and to hold some customs. Nowadays, exhibition has exited from its initial shape and it is became a place for research, disquisition, Evolution, extension, and accessing to the resources of goods exposure.

Fair Trade today is a truly global movement. Over a million small-scale producers and workers are organized in as many as 3,000 grassroots organizations and their umbrella structures in over 70 countries in the South. Their products are sold in thousands of World-shops or Fair Trade shops, supermarkets and many other sales points in the North and, increasingly, in sales outlets in the Southern hemisphere. The movement is engaged in debates with political decision-makers in the European institutions and international fora on making international trade fairer. On top of that, Fair Trade has made mainstream business more aware of its social and environmental responsibility: Fair Trade is becoming more and more successful.

Here are many stories about the history of Fair Trade. It all started in the United States, where Ten Thousand Villages (formerly Self Help Crafts) began buying needlework from Puerto Rico in 1946, and SERRV began to trade with poor communities in the South in the late 1940s. The first formal “Fair Trade” shop which sold these and other items opened in 1958 in the USA.

The earliest traces of Fair Trade in Europe date from the late 1950s when Oxfam UK started to sell crafts made by Chinese refugees in Oxfam shops. In 1964, it created the first Fair Trade Organization. Parallel initiatives were taking place in the Netherlands and in 1967 the importing organization, Fair Trade Original, was established.

At the same time, Dutch organizations began to sell cane sugar with the message “by buying cane sugar you give people in poor countries a place in the sun of prosperity”. These groups went on to sell handicrafts from the South, and in 1969 the first “Third World Shop” opened. World Shops, or Fair Trade shops as they are called in other parts in the world, have played (and still play) a crucial role in the Fair Trade movement. They constitute not only points of sales but are also very active in campaigning and awareness-raising.

During the 1960s and 1970s, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and socially motivated individuals in many countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America perceived the need for fair marketing organizations, which would provide advice, assistance and support to disadvantaged producers. Many such Southern Fair Trade Organizations were established, and links were made with the new organizations in the North. These relationships were based on partnership, dialogue, transparency and respect. The goal was greater equity in international trade.

Parallel to this citizens’ movement, the developing countries were addressing international political fora such as the second UNCTAD conference (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) in Delhi in 1968, to communicate the message “Trade not Aid.” This approach put the emphasis on the establishment of equitable trade relations with the South, instead of seeing the North appropriate all the benefits and only returning a small part of these benefits in the form of development aid.

The growth of Fair Trade (or alternative trade as it was called in the early days) from the late 60s onwards has been associated primarily with development trade. It grew as a response to poverty and sometimes disaster in the South and focused on the marketing of craft products. Its founders were often the large development and sometimes religious agencies in European countries. These NGOs, working with their counterparts in countries in the South, assisted to establish Southern Fair Trade Organizations that organize producers and production, provide social services to producers, and export to the North. Alongside the development trade there was also a branch of solidarity trade. Organizations were set up to import goods from progressive countries in the South that were both politically and economically marginalized.

Iranians have long been interested in the exhibition. Most exhibitions of Iran’s past centuries were held alongside large ports or large cities, which were located on the way to commercial constructions. Non-ports and big cities were set up along trade routes such as the Silk Road that crossed Iran, which the Iranians boosted by creating caravansaries. With the concentration of power in the Achaemenid dynasty and the establishment of customs and port regulations and complications during the Sassanid era, the establishment of exhibitions in Iran took on a new form. In the Safavid period, an exhibition-style bazaar was established in Isfahan. During the Qajar period, Abbas Mirza’s great exhibition was held in Tabriz, in which Iranian artifacts were displayed, at the exhibition, businessmen from Russia and Ottoman countries also attended. Nasser-al-Din Shah at his first trip to the West in 1248 AH visited the Vienna exhibition in Austria. He was very enthusiastic about the exhibition, and after returning to Iran, he decided to create a permanent place for exhibitions, like Europeans. Attending in exhibitions abroad for the first time, in 1851 coincided with the ceremony of the Crystal Palace of London, and with the declaration of Mirza Taghi Khan Amir Kabir, the owners of the industry participated in the exhibition and Iranian goods such as yarn, cloth, rugs and crafts, tile and a variety of fruits were displayed. The first useful step in realizing the idea of holding exhibitions was taken in 1337, and the exhibition was sponsored by the government and industry owners in Italy, which was financed and paid by them. In 1343, the law of the formation of an International Exhibitions Joint Stock Company was approved. In 1348, the International Asian Exhibition was held in Tehran with the participation of 33 countries. After three Asian exhibitions, the first international exhibition was held in Tehran, in 1352, which was held until 2000 at the 26th International Trade Fair. By 2000, 26 international trade fairs have been held. Since 2001, exhibitions have been held exclusively.

Exhibits are categorized according to the subject or venue as follows:
Market: It started from six thousand years ago, which is called “market”.
Local Exhibition: It is held in a specific place or city like spring clothes, which is held on March.
Regional exhibitions: in a province or geographic region.
National Exhibitions: The strengths and prosperity of a country’s trade, industry, technology, culture and art.
Intercontinental Exhibitions: Between two or more continents of the world in a particular country.
Public Exhibitions: At these exhibitions, various goods, including consumer and capital, are displayed to the public.
Specialized International Exhibition: Its duration is short, and special goods and related industries are displayed. Such as the international leather exhibition, chandelier, car and …
International Information Fair: The latest developments in technology and technical knowledge are being exhibited. It usually takes place every two to four years, such as the International Informatics Exhibitions held in Germany.
Country Exhibits: This type of exhibitions will be held at the request of a country in another country, aimed at marketing, and consolidating economic and political relations, such as the Australian Exhibit in Australia.
Expo: Expo Exhibitions are one of the most important and most advanced exhibitions in the world, which has long been established and is generally introduced at the exhibition of customs, culture, art, commerce, industry and technology.

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Logo Logo آرم
Booth size stand boyutları ابعاد غرفه
Chamber of commerce ticaret odası اتاق بازرگانی
Press Room gazeteci odası اتاق خبر نگاران
Chamber of Industry endüstriyel oda اتاق صنایع
Union sendika اتحادیه
EC(European Community) Avrupa Birliği اتحادیه اروپا
Foreign Exchange döviz ارز خارجی
Value of Money para değeri ارزش پول
Sponsorship sponsorluk اسپانسری
Spotting Pavyondaki ekipmanların kurulumu استقرارتجهیزات در غرفه
Literature Rack Stand veya Broşür Tabanı استند یا پایه بروشور
Exhibitor Kit katılımcı bilgisi اطلاعات غرفه دار
Letter of Credit (L/C) akreditif اعتبار نامه
Signatory imzalayıcı امضا کننده
Temporary warehouse equipment geçici depo donanımı انبار موقت تجهیزات
General warehouse halka açık depo انبارهای عمومی
Bonded warehouse Gümrük deposu انبار گمرک
SISO (Society of Independent Show Organizers) Bağımsız fuar Organizatörleri Birliği انجمن برگزار کنندگان مستقل نمایشگاه
ESCA (Exposition Appointed Contractors Association) Fuar Hizmetler Müteahhitleri Birliği انجمن پیمانکاران خدماتی نمایشگاه
IAEM (International Association for Exhibition Management) Uluslararası Fuar Fuarı Yönetimi انجمن بین المللی مدیریت نمایشگاه
TSEA (Trade Show Exhibitor Association) Katılımcı forumu انجمن غرفه داران نمایشگاهی
Expiration Son Kullanma Tarihi انقضا
Visitor ziyaretçi بازدید کننده
Banner afiş بنر
Insurance Policy sigorta بیمه
Partition bölmeler پارتیشن
Panel Paneller پانل
Double Faced Panel Çift taraflı panel پانل دو طرفه
Partial Payment peşin ödeme پرداخت علی الحساب
Projector projektör پروژکتور
Cash nakit پول نقد
Pre- Registration Katılımcı Ön Kayıt پیش ثبت نام
Electrical Contractor Elektrik Firması پیمانکار برق
Official Contractor Fuar Firması پیمانکار نمایشگاهی
Booth Sign stand tabelası تابلوی غرفه
Advertising reklamlar تبلیغات
Commerce Ticaret تجارت
Discount indirim تخفیف
Extend uzatmak تمدید کردن
Carpet knife Halı bıçak ağzı تیغ موکت بری
Registration – Booking Kaydol ثبت نام
On- Site Registration Evde kayıt ثبت نام در محل
Tear down – Take down Kabinleri toplamak جمع آوری غرفه
Attendance katılmak حضور
Foreign Payment Order – Payment Order Döviz transferi حواله ارزی
Exhibit Newsletter fuar bülteni خبر نامه نمایشگاه
Secretariat Office sekreter ofisi دبیر خانه
Fire Exit acil çikiş kapisi در اضطراری
Freight Door Yükleme kapısı درب بارگیری
Exhibitor Service Manual Promosyon Rehberi دستور العملهای غرفه دار
Show Office fuar Ofisi دفتر نمایشگاه
Decorator Dekoratör دکور ساز
Gangway koridor راهرو
Aisle راهرو
Lighting Aydınlatma روشنایی، نور پردازی
Exhibit House fuar binası ساختمان نمایشگاه
International Trade Organization(ITO) Uluslararası Ticaret organizasyon سازمان تجارت بین المللی
World Trade Center(WTO) Dünya Ticaret organizasyon سازمان تجارت جهانی
Office Hours Çalışma saatleri ساعات اداری
Exhibit Hall Sergi salonu سالن نمایشگاه
Deposit mevduat سپرده
Stanchions Prefabrik sütunlar ستونهای پیش ساخته
Column sütun ستون
Platform Platform, kat سکو، کف
Syndicate sendika سندیکا
Cube Tabs Üç taraflı Elektrik سه راهی برق
Index indeks شاخص
Parent Company Ana şirket شرکت مادر
Booth Number Stand numarası شماره غرفه
Directory fuar kimliği شناسنامه نمایشگاه
Guarantee garanti ضمانت
Design Tasarım طراحی
Occupant Capacity Salon kapasitesi ظرفیت سالن
Stand stand غرفه
Schellcheme Stand Hazır stand غرفه آماده
Space Only stand Ekipmansız stand غرفه بدون تجهیزات
Panel System Panel standi غرفه بندی پانلی
Island Exhibition Ada standi غرفه جزیره ای
Corner Booth İki Köşeli standi غرفه دو نبش
Multiple Story Exhibit İki katlı stand غرفه دو طبقه
End Cap booth Üç taraflı stand غرفه سه بر
Peninsula Display Yarımada stand غرفه شبه جزیره ای
Exhibitor katılımcı غرفه دار
Exhibitor ship giysi standı غرفه داری
Out of Office Ofis dışı saatler غیر ساعت اداری
Invoice faktör فاکتور
Space alan فضا
Public Space Kamusal alan فضای عمومی
Contract Sözleşme قرارداد
Show Rules- Exposition Rules fuar kuralları قوانین نمایشگاهی
Badge Giriş kartı کارت معرفی
Booth Personnel Booth Personalı کارکنان غرفه
Exhibit Directory fuar kitabı کتاب نمایشگاهی
Fascia- Header yazıt کتیبه
Spot Light Spot ampul لامپ نور افکن
Net Square Footage Kabinin belirli alanı متراژ خاص غرفه
Applicant Başvuru sahibi متقاضی
Registration area kayıt bölgesi محل ثبت نام
Place & Date of Issue Basım yeri ve tarihi محل و تاریخ صدور
Freight Desk Mal kontrolünün yeri محل کنترل کالا
Poster Session Poster kurulum sitesi محل نصب پوستر
Place of Loading İndirme yeri محل بارگیری
Site kuşatma محوطه
Audience Seyirci مخاطب
Export Promotion Center Of Iran İran İhracat Geliştirme Merkezi مرکز توسعه صادرات ایران
Exhibitor Service center fuar Hizmet Merkezi مرکز خدمات نمایشگاه
Floor Manager Sorumlusu salon مسئول سالن
Booth Layout Deadline Tahliye için son tarih مهلت تخلیه
Move – in Ozel Pavyon için ‎son tarih مهلت غرفه آرایی
Guest ziyaretçi میهمان
Brand Name marka نام تجاری
Booth Carpet/Padding kabin Halısı موکت غرفه
Floor Plan Salonların Haritası نقشه سالنها
Target freight Floor Plan Konum haritası نقشه محل استقرار
Layout Standların Harita ve Konumu نقشه و موقعیت غرفه ها
Booth Security- Private Security standı Bekçisi نگهبان غرفه
Exhibition fuar نمایشگاه
Trade Fair Uluslararası sergi نمایشگاه بین المللی
World Fair Dünya Fuarı نمایشگاه جهانی
Regional Fair Yerel sergi نمایشگاه محلی
Blag İzinsiz giriş ورود غیر مجاز
Temporary Import Geçici giriş ورود موقت
Warehousing Charge Depolama maliyeti هزینه انبارداری
Packing Cost Ambalaj maliyeti هزینه بسته بندی
Service Charge Konaklama ücreti هزینه پذیرایی
Cost of Entry Giriş ücreti هزینه ورود
Space Rate Fuar metre kare ücreti هزینه هر متر مربع از فضای نمایشگاهی
Board heyet هیات
Board of Trade Ticaret heyeti هیات بازرگانی
Subsidy Teşvik (destekleme) یارانه(سوبسید)

International Chamber of Commerce

Trade Promotion Organization of Iran

Union of World Exhibitions

Iran Investment Ships and Projects

Small Industries Organization Information Center

Database of Exhibitions and Industry and Trade of Iran

E-government services

Iran Scientific and Industrial Research Organization

International Development Cooperation Organization

Consumer Protection Organization

Iran Investment and Investment Aid Organization

Iran Export Guarantee Fund

United Nations Development and Trade Conference

Center for Scientific Information and Documents of the country

Center for Iranian Business and Merchants Affairs

Tehran International Exhibition

Mosalla of Tehran

Tehran Milad Tower

Tehran boostan talks

Sunshine City Expo

Shiraz International Exhibition

Tabriz International Exhibition

International Exhibition of Isfahan

Mashhad International Exhibition

International Ahwaz Exhibition

Qazvin International Exhibition

Urmia International Exhibition

Ardebil International Exhibition

Alborz International Exhibition

International Ilam Exhibition

Bushehr International Exhibition

Shahrekord International Exhibition (Khorshid West)

Birjand International Exhibition

North Khorasan International Exhibition

International Exhibition (Caspian) Zanjan

Semnan International Exhibition

Zahedan International Exhibition

Qom international exhibition

Sanandaj International Exhibition

International Exhibition (South East) of Kerman

Kermanshah International Exhibition

Yasouj International Exhibition

Golestan International Exhibition

International Exhibition of Guilan

Mazandaran International Exhibition

Central International Exhibition

Bandar Abbas International Exhibition

Hamedan International Exhibition

Yazd International Exhibition

Qeshm Exhibition

Kish International Exhibition

Pishro Mobtakeran Chista

Arvin Trejarat Miane

Ava ebtekar Mahsima

Avaye Movafagh

Asia Pasargad Khavarmiane

Arka Hamayesh Pars

Ayande Andshan Radina

Arivin Mehr Fajr

Iran Chamber of commerce

Alvand Kian Khalije Fars

Irsa namaye pars

Banian Omid fair co.

Banian omide fardaye roshan

Tehran international Exhibition and trading

Idro trading co.

Parsian modiriate pooya negar

Palar Samaneh

Pishbaran sanaat Raymond

Pooya system irman


Tejarat va ettelaat(ITG)

Benis diba

Rooydad Asa

Tavan madar


Orasia navid

Tejarat nama exir

Farhang mehrpad

Jame jam jet pars

Haghighat mehr raya

Khazar orasia

Tech market services corridor

Pars Karen

Mabna rokhdad Afarin

Meshkat tejarat Yas

Dorsa Naghsh

Darvaze Tejarat Farasoo

Rahkar tejarat Modiriate Koosha

Roshan Rooz

Same Pad Novin

Saya namaye Parsian

Cooperative Development and Supply of Food and Agriculture Industries

Saha Toosa

Yasin mehrvarzan javan

Iranian Household Appliances Association

Persian Show industry

Nama Asia

Fraz Saze Mazand

Fadad Sayal chahar fasl

Daryayi Iranian

Mani tadbir saze

Spentas Kish Exhibition

Milad mobtaker Shargh

Milade Nour

Nashr avaran Eghtesad sabz

Nika Shayestegan tis


Avin afraz

Khorshid fair co.

Navaye chakame

Nojan rad

Namagaran Persian

Hadish kish

Hatef shahr

Hamayeshgaran sam