Step 1 - Choose Your Space

  • Choosing your space

    The first step in securing your space at World Travel Market London is to choose what location on the exhibition floor best suits your company.

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    Download and choose a space. Make sure you make a note of the region and the number of open sides.

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  • What should you know before you choose your stand?

    Availability

    With demand for exhibiting very high, the availability reduces the closer we get to show, and therefore the choice of where to be located does too. As a result, it’s important to book your stand as far in advance as you can.

    The floorplan is not updated daily with available spaces to for up to date availability please contact our sales team.

    What are Geographical regions?

    The WTM London exhibition hall is divided into eight geographical regions covering: Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East and UK & Ireland as well as the International Hub. Each region has a colour assigned to it which is represented at the show as well with the carpet and the banners. This makes it easier for attendees to navigate around the show floor. Each stand is priced individually according to size, location and number of corners.

    Africa and Europe exhibitor pavilions

    The European and African Exhibitor Pavilions at World Travel Market offers a cost-effective, basic platform at the exhibition to try out the show with a view to taking your own stand in the future. The stands will be located in the Europe and Africa regions.

    Make sure you contact your account manager to discuss availability and location of your stand.

  • Step 2 - Choose your stand package

    Next step is to choose the stand build package you’d like.



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