BRINTEX Exhibitions says the response to next month's inaugural Asia International Property Market (AIPM) Exhibition has been so good that enquiries already have been received about next year's exhibition. Scott Wilson, regional manager of Brintex, the exhibition organisers, says AIPM '95 has attracted 42 of the region's biggest developers, agents, municipal authorities and financial institutions. The three-day event runs from 10am to 6.30pm from Friday, May 12, at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre in Wan Chai. Mr Wilson says the exhibition's drawing power results from six months of market research. 'We found potential exhibitors in the property, banking and investment sectors had three very clear objectives in mind: to seek investors, to network with property investment professionals, and to promote their projects,' he said. Mr Wilson said that with about 100 developments going on show, the event easily would be the largest property exhibition of its kind to be staged in the territory. British firm Pembertons will showcase its portfolio of St John's Wood and Regent's Park properties in Central London. From the Philippines, Asia Pacific Properties will be exhibiting Royal Plaza, which it claims to be the most prestigious inner-city property development seen in that country. Meanwhile, Somprasong will use AIPM to unveil its 31-storey riverside Baan Chao Praya development in central Bangkok. A wide range of investment options also will be on offer from areas as far afield as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, North America and Europe.