“Safety First” is a catchphrase that’s been around for years and applies to many situations. Convention and exhibition centers worldwide strive to provide a safe environment for visitors during trade shows and conferences as well as to everyone in the hall during installation and dismantle. Exhibits are designed and built to adhere to safety regulations so booth staff and guests don’t have to worry about the booth catching fire or structural pieces falling.
While worldwide travel can be exciting, waiting in long lines at airport security checkpoints can be frustrating. Trade show managers spend time waiting for space selection, budget approvals, and freight deliveries. Though there is so much waiting time exhibit and event professionals can’t control, now flying through airport lines faster is possible with trusted traveler programs.
Here are a few tips for when you take your trade show exhibit to Geneva, Switzerland. Not a part of the European Union, there are a few items to make note of.
Trade show managers will find exhibition facilities designed with exhibitors in mind for function, accessibility, and beauty.
There are several options for exhibit managers at smaller companies who can “test the waters” in a cost effective way.