Exhibiting at PROSPEX 2016
Booths are now open at PROSPEX! PESGB and OGA are pleased to have been able to retain 2015 prices for all booth bookings.
Exhibiting at PROSPEX couldn't be easier, simply download an application form and return to PESGB office. For a full list of costing and what is included with your booth, please download the appropriate form below.
We are always looking for ways to improve our work and enhance your experience as exhibitor/delegate. To help us achieve this goal, please complete this short survey. Please reply before 30 June 2016.
Please note, there is now only one application form (a change to previous years). Please indicate whether you wish to apply as a prospector or a non-prospector.
Please return the completed application form either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to +44 (0)20 7408 2050.
A Prospector – Companies/Agencies who have prospects to promote and whose mainstream business activity is prospect generation and/or promotion. If applying as a prospector, please indicate which prospects you would like to promote at the show.
A Non-Prospector – Companies who would like to exhibit but have no prospects to promote or are promoting prospects as an ancillary activity to their mainstream business
All stands at PROSPEX are now able to order a furniture package with their booth, please indicate on your application form that you would like to include an optional furniture package.
Download a copy of the Exhibition Manual here!
Should you require further assistance, please contact the Exhibition Manager in the first instance.
If you require more information about catering, please contact Ben Gardner at the PESGB for the booking form.
Accomodation & Hotels
If you are exhibiting and require accomodation, please use our partners the to get discounted rates at all local hotels. Please visit their website.
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