Are you thinking of exhibiting at ISPO 2020? The world’s leading trade fair for the sports industry is being held 26-29 January 2020 and will have over 2,800 exhibitors, with an audience of over 85,000 visitors from more than 120 different countries.
FSPA - UK Trade Zone
The Federation of Sports & Play Associations will have a UK Trade Zone in the Team Sports Hall at ISPO 2020. The Trade Zone is perfect to showcase your products if you are a UK company, and exhibiting products outside of outdoor and ski, who have their own dedicated halls. The cost per square meter covers space, stand build, furniture package (including electrics), display panels, table & chairs, display counters and Wi-Fi. The FSPA offers support services and refreshments will be provided prior to and throughout the duration of the show.
Simon Hall, Head of Marketing at Nodor International Limited said: “We’ve been travelling to ISPO with the Federation for over 25 years and knowing that they are on hand to help facilitate everything before and during the event is brilliant for us. It allows us to focus on what we do best in supporting our global network of suppliers who visit us and nothing is ever too much trouble.”
Department of International Trade
The Federation of Sports & Play Associations is a Trade Challenge Partner of the Department for International Trade (DiT). They administer the DiT’s Trade Access Programme (TAP) which provides grants, support and expert advice for businesses wanting to attend overseas trade shows including ISPO.
To qualify, a participant must be a UK-based business or organisation which includes a UK subsidiary of an overseas company, provided that the subsidiary entity is fully registered in the UK and either actively investigating export opportunities or is already involved in exporting from the UK.
DiT grants of £1,500 are available towards exhibition space and stand costs. Terms and conditions apply and are available via the Federation of Sports and Play Associations for ISPO 2020.