Venue Search – The Boring Details

Venue Search – The Boring Details

Often in exhibitions the venue is the one thing you don’t choose. Be it the Excel Centre, London, RAI, Leeds or the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh – each come with their little idiosyncrasies and important things to remember from a stand design point of view. How level is the hall floor? How large are the shutter doors to the hall? At what heights are hanging structures allowed if any? Is the stand overlooked by an overhead balcony open to the public? Will the venue hall carpet clash with our skirting?!

As the exhibitor, or client in my case it is perfectly normal to be blissfully unaware of all these written and (mostly) unwritten little rules and procedures that if noted, followed and observed, will lead to a smooth successful show. It is attention these small details that distinguish between the average, and the stands where it is clear to see that attention to detail was never remiss.

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