Exhibit

Does your company have new and innovative solutions to shout about? Are you interested in reaching an audience of industry leaders and professionals? Do you want to showcase your products and services by exhibiting at Composites in Sport? Boost your brand awareness and make new connections with this niche audience.

Our exhibition package ats Composites in Sport are designed to provide the opportunity to market your brand with a range of benefits, both at the event and online, which will include:

  • Excellent dissemination opportunity
  • Raised brand awareness
  • Enhanced digital profile
  • Audience engagement
  • Entertainment opportunities for clients and staff
  • Exhibition stands include one delegate place

The space on offer lends itself to demonstrator parts, with great accessibility. Talk to us today about exhibiting!

Holywell Park – Babbage Exhibition Area

Holywell Park – Babbage Exhibition Area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please note that space is offered on a first come, first served basis.

Basic space

£895

  • One delegate place (including tea, coffee and lunch)
  • Exhibition space with 1 table and 2 chairs
  • Table dressing
  • Access to power supply (for laptop/equipment use)
  • Space for a roller banner (not provided)
  • One free company description in the conference programme
  • Demonstrator parts are encouraged

Enhanced space

£1,295

  • One delegate place (including tea, coffee and lunch)
  • Exhibition space with 1 table and 2 chairs
  • 1m bespoke printed backdrop
  • Hire of framework and lighting
  • Designed, delivered and built
  • Table dressing
  • Access to power supply (for laptop/equipment use)
  • One free company description in the conference programme

Premium space

£1,595

  • One delegate place (including tea, coffee and lunch)
  • Exhibition space with 1 table and 2 chairs
  • 2m bespoke printed backdrop
  • Hire of framework and lights
  • Designed, delivered and built
  • Table dressing
  • Access to power supply (for laptop/equipment use)
  • One free company description in the conference programme