Exhibitor Day shows continued support for FIT

fitBraving the unpredictable British weather, 160 attendees from companies exhibiting at this year’s FIT Show recently made their way to the Telford International Centre for the Exhibitor Briefing Day, to meet with staff and contractors and learn about what to expect from the award-winning trade show’s second appearance.

With the help of ‘exhibition industry expert’, Austen Hawkins, who reminded guests of the dos and don’ts of exhibiting in an hour-long presentation, covering everything from the ‘awesome power of marketing’ to brand building and appointing your stand ‘dream’ team, the FIT Show team informed an ‘all ears’ audience of the show’s plans for 2014. Also included was an update on Telford’s new entertainment complex and confirmation of some 1,300 extra car parking spaces was met with approval.

FIT Show managing director, Paul Godwin, told guests that exhibition space had once again been extended and Hall 1A now offered some excellent opportunities for late bookers. He then went on to encourage guests to understand the importance of their role in promoting the FIT Show, with more than 80% of last year’s exhibitors carrying the FIT Show logo and other promotional material.

With further presentations from N200, who demonstrated a new smartphone app introduced to scan visitors at this year’s event, Tom Gray of the Southwater Event Group, and FIT Show operations executive Joanne Smith, the programme closed with a marketing update from Simon Iredale, creative director of the FIT Show’s marketing agency, Motionlab.

Paul Godwin said of the Exhibition Day: “The whole industry continues to support the FIT Show and it’s great to see. The commitment made by exhibitors to attend the Exhibition Day, especially during such unpredictable weather, is impressive. Everyone seemed enthusiastic and determined to make the event work.”

Austin Hawkin’s presentation has since been added to the Exhibitor download section of the FIT Show website at www.fitshow.co.uk

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