Your online profile allows visitors to preview your company, the services/products that you offer and ways to contact you before and during the exhibition.
Available from July 2019
WHAT IS THE EZONE?
Replacing the traditional marketing manual with a slick integrated platform to access and manage your exhibitor toolkit. Your EZONE provides you access to:
Obtain your username and password by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE LOST OR MISPLACED MY LOGIN DETAILS TO THE EZONE?
Please email email@example.com who will be able to provide your username and password.
WHAT IS THE CATALOGUE?
The exhibition catalogue is the ultimate guide for visitors to navigate their way around the exhibition and locate your stand during the show.
Your printed catalogue entry includes your company detail and basic product category listings. With an opportunity to enhance your entry by including your company logo along with extended catalogue information for a small fee.
The catalogue information will appear online www.fespa2020.com from February 2020 once you have competed your catalogue application. The online exhibitor directory will feature your company details and product category selections enabling visitors to source you before the exhibition.
Print Catalogue Deadlines
Exhibitors can submit their catalogue entries using the online catalogue form.
HOW CAN I REGISTER CLIENTS FOR FREE?
As an exhibitor, you have a unique, personalised registration link which includes a FREE code. All you need to do is send the link to you clients, and once they click on the link it will bypass the action code page allowing them to register for free.To obtain your registration link, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ARE THERE ANY SOCIAL EVENTS ON DURING THE WEEK?
Wednesday 25 March 2020
The FESPA Awards Gala Dinner, is the highlight of the global print world social calendar. Join FESPA in celebrating the very best of print!
You are invited to the glittering FESPA Awards Gala Dinner, which will take place on the 25 March, with tickets on sale from January 2020.
Whether you are with a large group, a solo visitor or here with your partner, don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to network among like-minded professionals and influential printers. Join us for an unforgettable evening of live entertainment, wonderful food and drinks, celebrating the very best printers in the world.
Tickets are limited to this prestigious annual event, so don’t delay.
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Thursday 26 March
Join the FESPA and European Sign Expo team on Thursday 26 March from 18.00 in celebrating the exhibition.
Bring your exhibitor badge to gain access to the Exhibitor Party. A Max of 3 stand personnel per exhibiting company.
You can register 20 personnel per stand.
All exhibitor badges need to be registered for via the ‘Visit Partner’ portal. The URL would have been sent to you when you signed your contract, however if you cannot locate it, please email email@example.com who will be able to forward this to you. You then add your personnel to the website and we will receive your badge requests. You will then need to collect them onsite at the dedicated exhibitor desk from Sunday 22 March (at 2pm) onwards.
HOW CAN I PURCHASE THE SCANNER APP?
FESPA have teamed up with N200 to provide an online platform which gives exhibitors total control over their sales lead management process and ROI pipeline.
How it works
Visit Connect is an app-based solution, allowing exhibitors to download an app and scan their badges via a smartphone or tablet. By ordering a Visit Connect License, and you will be given access to the Visit Connect online portal, where you can track and monitor your leads from FESPA and ESE.
The portal allows you to pre-set questions, such as products your leads are interested in. Once you have recorded leads onsite you can then access your notes and follow up leads through the portal, providing a view of the ROI from exhibiting at FESPA or ESE.
Simply order your Starter Package which will include one licence and access to your Visit Connect online portal. You'll receive a login and link to download the app to one smartphone or tablet.
Additional licenses can be ordered to allow use on multiple smartphones or tablets.
For use with smartphones and tablets.
The scan app allows you to scan a visitor’s badge, retrieve contact details, add notes, photos, voice memos, log answers to questions and much more. You can use the app via tablet or phone, iOS 6.0 or Android 2.3 or higher.
You can scan visitors on or offline and view real-time data. Your leads are held on your device(s) and synchronised to the Visit Connect online portal where you can manage your leads from. Alternatively, you can manage your leads through your tablet or phone.
Key Features include:
HOW CAN I ACCESS MARKETING TOOLS AND HOW MUCH DO THEY COST?
You can access them from your EZONE (see above questions). Your unique username and password will allow you access to download the promotional tools available. Should you not have your username or password, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
All promotional tools are free of charge to download and use.
HOW DO WE GET ACCESS TO REGISTRANTS' CONTACT INFORMATION?
Via your partner portal login. Please email email@example.com for your login details.
EXHIBITOR MANUAL & OPERATIONS
You can access the exhibitor manual via the EZONE or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org who can provide you with a link.
If for any reason you would like to re-locate your stand, please contact your sales representative, or the team on email@example.com
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SHELL SCHEME AND SPACE ONLY?
Space only is as it sounds – you are buying space on the show floor. You are then responsible for designing and building your own stand within this space and are responsible for the flooring, walls, furniture, electricity etc.
Shell scheme packages include carpet, walling and fascia displaying company name and stand number. Depending on the package ordered, some also come with basic furniture.
For general admission times for exhibitors, see the Exhibitor Operations Manual. Exhibitors wanting to gain access outside these times require the permission of the organisers. ALL staff must carry passes. To avoid congestion at the entrances, exhibitors must ensure that their own staff manning the stand have exhibitor badges. Please see the planning your stand section to order badges.
WHAT SECURITY DO YOU PROVIDE TO KEEP THE PRODUCTS ON MY STAND SECURE?
A security service will operate within the Exhibition Hall throughout the tenancy, but the organisers cannot hold themselves responsible for any loss or damage to exhibitor’s property.
As well as taking out adequate insurance, exhibitors should instruct their personnel not to leave their stands with exhibits unattended at any time when the Hall is open, whether during the installation, open or dismantling periods. Briefcases and mobile telephones are particularly vulnerable – safeguard them at all times. Any suspicious objects found on or near a stand should be reported immediately to the Organiser’s Office.
Portable items should be secured overnight and removed immediately after the exhibition closes, when the risk of loss or damage is at its greatest. In the event of loss or damage, exhibitors should report immediately to the organiser with details of the loss or damage sustained, timings and description of articles etc.Should exhibitors wish to order a security guard on their stand please see the order form in the Online Operations Manual.
WHEN WILL I GET MY EXHIBITOR BADGE?
All exhibitor badges need to be registered for via the ‘Visit Partner’ portal. The URL would have been sent to you when you signed your contract, however if you cannot locate it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org who will be able to forward this to you. You then add your personnel to the website and we will receive your badge requests.
You will then need to collect them onsite at the dedicated exhibitor desk from Sunday 22 March (at 2pm) onwards.