Manchester Central Convention Complex
The Manchester Central Complex, or G-Mex as it was known, has been an integral part of central Manchester for well over 100 years.
Completed in 1880, the Centre was originally a railway station and this is evident from its railway terminus architectural styling.
The distinctive arched roof is the second largest roof span in the UK and in 1892, the abandoned building was renovated into the excellent events and conference centre it is today.
With excellent transport links and access to accommodation, the complex was refitted in 2008 to provide a top-level service to any shows, events and exhibitions within Manchester.
Please visit our UK exhibition calendar to find the latest trade shows near you.