SALTEX (Sports Amenity & Landscape Trade Exhibition) organiser Brintex has announced that the revamped SALTEX website (www.iogsaltex.com) offers visitors to the Windsor event a wealth of information on exhibitors and their products and services.
The easy-to-use online resource will enable visitors to access company profiles of the expected 300 exhibitors along with product information, special deals, videos and instant links to companies’ social media.
“Event research has told us that visitors need more information in advance of SALTEX in order to better plan their time at the show,” says event director Jon Gibson. “Similarly, a large number of exhibitors have asked us to give them more pre-event opportunities to promote themselves. The new fully-integrated website will satisfy both of those demands and will be a year-round industry resource.”
Jon adds that in the coming weeks the website’s Exhibitor Zone will also give exhibitors access to the online Exhibitor Manual, an extensive Press and Publicity Guide, and the Exhibitor Toolkit which provides downloadable event logos and web banners, as well as easy-to-use templates to create email invitations. Exhibitors will also be able to order free SALTEX tickets overprinted with their own logos.
The website will also contain information about the range of special features and attractions being planned, and will be open to visitor registration from 1st May.
SALTEX (www.iogsaltex.com), the Sports Amenity & Landscape Trade Exhibition organised by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) and managed by Brintex Events, will be held on 3-5 September 2013 at Windsor Racecourse, Berkshire.
Founded in 1938, the exhibition is attended by open space professionals and volunteers who design, construct, manage and maintain the UK’s outdoor facilities – from sports grounds of every type to motorway service stations, and from stately homes to local council parks and schools.
They visit SALTEX to meet around 300 suppliers of the machinery, tools, vehicles, turf, soils, seeds, aggregates, artificial or natural surfaces, playgrounds, landscaping equipment, street furniture, arboriculture, horticulture, safety, security, training and education services designed to help them do their jobs as effectively as possible.