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6 Simple Steps to Space Only Exhibiting

6 Simple Steps to Space Only Exhibiting    

Exhibiting with a space only pitch at an exhibition isn’t the minefield it used to be.

For those of you who are new to exhibiting, a space only area is just that: an empty space on the exhibition floor for you to fill with whatever your heart desires. There’s no carpet, no walls, no lights – nothing. A blank canvas to fill with all of your creativity.


And while you do get a full licence for creative freedom, figuring out *how* you’re actually going to fill that space can be overwhelming. What kind of structure shape would work best? What do you want the visitor flow to look like? How do I maximise the exposure of my brand? What’s the best way to display my products?


All of those questions before you’ve even thought about your email campaign and branded uniforms. So why worry about getting to the mountain when you can make the mountain come to you?


Exhibiting with a space only area can be done, easily, within six simple steps – with the exhibition stand element requiring the absolute minimum of effort. So, what do you need to do?


Step 1

Define your objectives: Figure out the “why” part of your efforts.

Define your objectives


Step 2

Choose a stand layout: Pick one of our packages that best fits your objectives.

Choose a stand layout


Step 3

Arrange artwork: Send us what you’d like displayed, loud and proud.

Arrange artwork


Step 4

Plan your stand activity: Your stand will be ready, so how are you going to meet your objectives?

Plan your stand activity


Step 5

WOW your visitors: Arrive and deliver against your plan on your personally made space.

WOW your visitors

Step 6

Follow up: Keep those contacts you worked so hard to get feeling loved. Measure the outcomes against your original objectives.



And that’s all there is to it. Our show ready spaces are the perfect option if you’re new to exhibiting with space, have limited time or a limited budget. Zero hassle, maximum impact exhibiting is here to stay – so what will you create?