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Exhibitor Notices

We want to bring your attention to some important notices. Please read these in full below.


NEW HALLS AND ENTRANCE!!!! 

New to 2024. iGB L!VE 2024 will be happening in Halls 10,11 and 12 of the RAI Amsterdam. The Main entrance to the show will be Entrance C. This located in the front square of the RAI Complex. 

Map of the RAI

New Exhibitor Technical Manual

For those who are new to exhibiting and sponsoring at iGB L!VE 2024, welcome! For those of you who have participated in the show previously, you'll see we have now changed the platform that we host our exhibitor manual. This is to ensure you are able to navigate and access all the information you need for a successful show. 

You can now easily give contractors access to the manual by ->  Clicking on My Account on the top right corner of the manual -> Add Users,

iGB L!VE Top Tips

New to iGB L!VE? or just wondering what your next steps are for a successful show? Check out this Top Tips we have put together whether you are exhibitor or attending our show.

Helpful Chatbot

Check out our chatbot on the iGB Live! website to get fast answers and solutions on your journey to exhibiting with us, you can also speak to someone in the CS team via our live chat function for any questions you might have. Head over to our website to get your questions answered

 

Noise

We would like to bring your attention to this topic due to feedback we have received from previous shows/events. Music is permitted on stands but we, the organisers, will be paying closer attention to the levels of music/noise around the exhibitions halls. This will ensure the comfort of all attendees so that everyone may hold meetings comfortably on their stands throughout the entire show. For further information on this topic please visit Music within the Show Information or find out more within the Health and Safety Pages of the Exhibitor Technical Manual. ALL DJs and music systems must be approved by Katy Leslie who will send T&Cs to exhibitors in advance. The organisers will monitor the exhibition floor for excessive noise, and if the music/sound/noise levels on your stand is deemed to be excessive, you will receive an immediate warning. If rules are continually disobeyed and two warnings are given, the power to your stand to be switched off and a fine of GBP 1,000 to be issued by the organiser to compensate your neighbours for the loss of ability to conduct business.