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UK Government support for Golf Europe exhibitors

12.10am 21st April 2005 - Exhibitions & Conferences

For the ninth year in succession, the British Golf Industry Association is organizing an exhibiting group at the Golf Europe exhibition in Munich, which will be supported by UK Trade & Investment. Golf Europe is Europe’s largest golf trade exhibition with over 300 exhibitors and annually attracts in excess of 5,000 trade visitors from more than 50 countries.
Golf Europe 2005 will take place in Halls B4 to B6 of the New Munich Trade Fair Centre from 2 to 4 October. The BGIA has reserved an area of 270 square metres specifically for the British golf industry. As part of the group exhibitors are provided with:

  • high quality stand build & distinctive shell scheme stand in a key position within the show
  • support services prior to & throughout the period of the show
  • furniture package including electrics, carpeting and display panels
  • marketing of the group in UK and European trade press
  • trade fair participation fee
  • exclusive ‘Meet the Buyers‘ networking event during the exhibition
    services of a group freight forwarder

The cost of exhibiting with the BGIA is £185 per square metre plus a management charge of £275 for BGIA members and £350 for non-members. Eligible companies may also apply for an export grant available through UK Trade & Investment. Priority will be given to those companies who are either new to export or new to market. The grants available to exhibitors at Golf Europe 2005 will be £1,500 for stands up to 12 square metres and £2,000 for larger stands. To apply for space within the British group stand, please contact Jacqui Baldwin on 024 7641 4999 ext. 207 or email bgia@sportslife.org.uk
Golf Europe www.golf-europe.com
BGIA www.bgia.org.uk

       

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