Stand Production Rules

To keep the event fair for all, we have some rules around stands and their construction. Please read through and let us know what you’ve got planned for your production.

Any questions, feel free to reach out to our Head of Company Success – [email protected]

Stand production rules:
  • Please do not build above 1m on the sides of your stand.
  • You can build up to 2.5m on the back wall. Anything higher, you’ll need to provide a risk assessment form. Once completed, send it back over to us on [email protected].
  • The outline of your space will be marked with white chalk lines. For health and safety reasons and to adhere to the venue’s fire regulations, you must not place any furniture, banners or other production outside of your designated space.
  • Do not bring anything flammable, that can start a fire or is heat generating (no pressurised gas containers etc.) Carpet and rugs are fine, as long as they are fire retardant and secured properly so not to cause a trip hazard. All fabric and materials used in the construction and build must be fire retardant.
  • All electrical items you bring need to be PAT tested with an up to date certificate.
  • If you are bringing a floor for your space, please secure it to avoid any trip hazards.
  • Extension cords are not allowed unfortunately – if you require more plugs than there are on your stand, or a dedicated wired internet point (good for data-heavy product demos), you can confirm your order  here.
  • You must leave the space as you found it. This means filling and painting over any holes that are made, removing carpet and tape from the floors and cutting all cables, wires run across the floors, walls and ceiling.
  • All rubbish must be taken with you and disposed of accordingly. We get charged for anything left at the venue so please be considerate.
  • Our health and safety trained team will be on the look out for any hazards. If they notice something on your stand is unsafe, you may be asked to remove it.
  • Please ensure your production has been confirmed before proceeding with your build.

Last modified on October 20th, 2022