Trade Shows List Iran 2020
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This file is a list of trade shows, conferences and events for Iran in 2020.
The event list file to download contains 45 events.
The events data includes event name, date, event organizer, event venue and address, event city and country, estimated attendance (number of visitors and exhibitors), and event sector.
The events provided in the list are of several types such as trade shows and trade fairs, conferences, congresses and seminars.
This list can be downloaded to plan marketing activities, look for partners or identify business opportunities.
Lists of companies by products, sectors and countries are also available.
Data Source : TRADE SHOW SCANNER
Number of Data columns : 16 Number of Data rows : 45
Categories : business, events, marketing, networking, Iran
|Data row number||Name||Organizer Company||Country Name||Street Address||Event Date||Sectors||Description||Venue||Country||City||Rating Count||Number Visitors||Number Exhibitors||Rating||Start Date||End Date|
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2013 Tirreno–Adriatico - Stages - Stage 4 - 9 March 2013 — Narni to Prati di Tivo, 173 km (107.5 mi)
Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. The queen stage of the 2013 Tirreno–Adriatico, the fourth stage saw the summit finish at Prati di Tivo for the second consecutive year, where Vincenzo Nibali soloed away to a sixteen second victory after attacking with 4 km (2.5 mi) left to climb, en route to winning the race overall in the final individual time trial stage. From the start in Narni, the 173 km (107.5 mi) parcours steadily rose, with three categorised climbs as part of the itinerary; the Forca di Arrone and the Capannelle Pass were both ascented but were not major tests to the riders, as both had average gradients of lower than 5%, but this was the preparation to the climb to Prati di Tivo. The 14.6 km (9.1 mi) long climb reached a gradient of 12% at its lower slopes, but the gradient averaged 7.1% for the duration. There was also the second of the day's intermediate sprints during the climb, at Pietracamela, coming with just under 6 km (3.7 mi) remaining. Four riders – Astana's Fredrik Kessiakoff, Anthony Roux (FDJ), Tomasz Marczyński of Vacansoleil–DCM, and for the second day running, Francesco Failli riding for the Vini Fantini–Selle Italia team – advanced clear of the main field after 20 km (12.4 mi) of the stage, and managed to extend their advantage to a maximum of about seven minutes around a third of the way into the stage. Failli was in the breakaway to try and take the mountains classification lead away from NetApp–Endura's Cesare Benedetti, and ultimately did so, after taking maximum points at the first two climbs on the route. Omega Pharma–Quick Step and the BMC Racing Team moved to the front of the peloton behind, keeping their respective protected riders out of danger, prior to the final climb. The lead quartet held a lead of under two minutes at the foot of the climb, with the peloton closing quickly. With such a pace behind, Marczyński went off the front on his own, in order to prevent himself being caught for as long as possible. He held a lead of around 45 seconds with 9 km (5.6 mi) remaining, as Team Sky led the chase in the peloton with five riders on the front, protecting Chris Froome, who was one of the favourites for the stage. Marczyński was caught not long after, with Team Sky's pace reducing numbers in the peloton drastically, with Cadel Evans, Joaquim Rodríguez and Roman Kreuziger among those dropped. Saxo–Tinkoff rider Alberto Contador tried several times to get clear, and at one point, had formed a group with Nibali and Failli's team mate Mauro Santambrogio. Froome was able to get back to them with assistance from RadioShack–Leopard's Chris Horner, and countered over the top of the group, and soloed away to a six second margin of victory, ahead of Santambrogio who finished second, with Nibali in third. Michał Kwiatkowski kept the azzurra jersey with Omega Pharma–Quick Step, finishing the stage fourth, to take the jersey from team mate Mark Cavendish. Stage 4 Result
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