itSHOWCASE Exhibitor Area

Please select your venue from the tabs for event specific information, ie: couriers/parking/hotels.
Scroll down for the manual for more general set up information.


Manchester United Stadium, Manchester Suite, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RA

Recommended Accommodation :

Premier Inn Old Trafford, Sir Alex Ferguson Way, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1WS

Tel : 0333 321 1315

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Courier details :

Please ensure all items are labelled as follows:-
FAO Brad Martin, Manchester United FC, Group Logistics, Unit 27, United Trading Estate, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RJ.
Ref : Showcase/Manchester Suite/23rd September/Event Ref:42896
Your name/telephone number
Note: Due to a football fixture the day before the event could you please ensure that if you intend to use a courier no deliveries are made later than Tuesday 21st Sept
Please ensure that all items are labelled with the your name, delivery address and name of your courier.
When packed please notify the organizers so that arrangements can be made for the venue to move your items to unit 27
Collections on the day
Pick ups cannot be made from the suite they must be made from Unit 27 as above 3pm-4pm
Collections the following day
From unit 27 as above within normal working hours.

Considering the short window for collection on the event day we would suggest that all pickups are arranged for the day after the event.

Sat Nav:

M16 0RA


From the car park walk across the bridge to the Alex Ferguson Stand reception entrance-any equipment will be checked by security before lift access to suite.


Free in car park N2 off Wharfside Way.


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Ibis Hotel, London Suite, 47 Lillie Rd, Earl’s Court, London, SW6 1UD

Recommended Accommodation :

Hotel Ibis London Earls Court, 47 Lillie Rd, Fulham, London, SW6 1UD

Tel : 020 7610 0880

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Courier details :

1. All goods to be delivered to Ibis London Earl’s Court, 47 Lillie Road, London SW6 1UD, between the hours of 7.00am and 4.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Goods will not be accepted more than 24 hours prior to the event unless previously agreed with the hotel.

2. All goods to be clearly labelled on each package with the following:
Delivery to Ibis London Earl’s Court 47 Lillie Road SW6 1UD
Deliverer’s Name & Company: For the attention of: Sofiane Achab (Operations Manager) Function name: Showcase Date of Function:12th October London Suite

3. Before Dispatch, please contact Adriana Rusu by email with the following details:
-Total Quantity/number of items to be delivered
-Make up of cases
-Estimated Delivery time
-Date of Collection
-Total Quantity/Number of items to be collected

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Lift from carpark to ground floor


PAYG onsite underground car park. There are limited spaces for oversized vehicles please contact Adriana Ruso 0207 666 8470 at the venue to book.


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The Royal Armouries Museum, Royal Armouries Hall, Armouries Drive, Leeds, LS10 1LT

Recommended Accommodation :

Holiday Inn Express, Armouries Dr, Leeds LS10 1LE

Tel : 0113 380 4400

Web :

Courier details :

FAO the Duty Manager The Royal Armouries Hall, The Royal Armouries Museum, Armouries Drive, Leeds LS10 1LT -Ref Frameworkmedia Event 2nd Nov Please note no deliveries earlier than the day prior to the event

Sat Nav:

LS10 1LT


You will be allowed access through the bollards at 8am please unload into the churchill suite entrance then immediately remove your vehicle to carpark Access will be granted for pick up at 2pm


PAYG onsite car park.


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Trent Vineyard Conference Centre, Unit 1, Easter Park Lenton Lane, Lenton, Nottingham, NG7 2PX

Recommended Accommodation :

Holiday Inn Nottingham, Castle Bridge Road, Castle Marina Park, Nottingham, NG7 1GX

Tel : 0115 993 5000

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Courier details :

Trent Vineyard Conference Centre,Unit 1, Easter Park Lenton Lane, Lenton, Nottingham, NG7 2PX.

Ref :Showcase/FrameworkMedia/Main Auditorium/3rd November.
Please note no deliveries earlier than the day prior to the event.

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Main reception into suite.


Free onsite


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Ashton Gate Stadium, Lansdown Suite, Bristol, BS3 2LQ

Recommended Accommodation :

Travelodge Bristol Central, Bristol, BS1 5TT

Tel : 08719 846223

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Courier details :

Ashton Gate Stadium, Ashton Road, Bristol, BS3 2EJ
Ref: Framework Media Event – Lansdown Restaurant, 30th Nov.
All items will be stored in the delivery room at VIP Entrance 1 – please call security on 07500123328 when you arrive to deliver items and they will meet you at VIP Entrance 1.
With regards to collection, after the event all items left in the room and packaged up for collection will be returned to the delivery room so the details as above apply to collection also.
Please note no deliveries earlier than the day prior to the event

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Lansdown Stand reception entrance lift to suite


Free parking on site. Please enter from the Winterstoke Road/Wedlock Way entrance next to KFC. If you are using SatNav we suggest you use postcode BS3 2LQ Security will direct you to parking area.


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Edgbaston Stadium, Banqueting Suite/1882, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7QU.

Recommended Accommodation :

Premier Inn, Birmingham Broad Street (Brindley Place), Essington St, Birmingham B16 8AL

Tel : 0333 777 3904

Web :

Courier details :

Please label all items as follows
Main reception
Edgbaston Stadium
B5 7QU
Ref it/Mktg Showcase Banqueting suite 1st December
your company name and contact tel number
No deliveries earlier than the day prior to the event

Sat Nav:

B5 7QU


Enter via main reception and use lifts to the suite


Free onsite –


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itSHOWCASE Exhibitor Manual

What can I do now to get ready for the event?

If you haven’t already done so please email the below content to

  1. Your Exhibitor Name
  2. An attention grabbing headline/slogan to describe your busines and what you do (50 characters inc. spaces)
  3. A sales or marketing contact, Name, Job Title and Email address.
  4. An overview of your business, what you sell, to who and what makes you different. Maximum 500 characters inc. spaces
  5. Up to 5 links to content that visitors can download for more information.
  6. A monochrome (predominantly black) version of your logo, png format, with transparent background.
  7. A 60 second video pitch about your company or products.
  8. Notify any staff that need to book time out for the event and book accommodation.
  9. If you have booked a showguide advertisement – We require a Full Colour High Resolution (300dpi) PNG or JPEG File. The finished size of the advert is A5 148×210 Portrait. If your advert is designed to fit within margins, the artwork should be 138×200 or smaller. If your advert has been designed for the edges to bleed, the artwork size should be 154×216 with text content at least 10mm from each edge to allow for trimming. Please ensure artwork is created in CMYK as the show guide is produced in printed format and any artwork produced in RGB will be susceptible to colour variation. Send to
What do I need to bring?
  • A pop-up stand/Portable Display Boards/Pull Up Banners – Important – sizes to be within the parameters outlined in ‘Stand Configurations’. If you have a non-standard stand configuration you must contact the organiser asap. We have a number of clients in our marketingSHOWCASE who can help with display materials. Please contact for more information.
  • A 3m extension lead is required to have access to a power socket. (if access to electricity is required/multiple devices).
  • A Podium to rest your laptop on and for demo purposes only
  • Samples/Literature etc.
Event Promotion

You should be inviting your prospect customers to meet you at itSHOWCASE and this is why…

1 – You can show them why your system is the best one for them.
2 – It shows you are confident in your product and know you can help
3 – It can speed up the process and save you lots of time while they shop around anyway.
4 – Can create a great customer journey

We have provided as much material as we think you may need to use in your campaigns. We’ve even generated custom trackable links you can use so we can tell you which companies have registered.  If you would like any other copy, artwork or material, please contact us and we’d be happy to help.

Stands will be positioned in rows with the displays side by side – there are no sides to stands and exhibitors are not permitted to create their own, thus obscuring neighbouring stands. Stand positions are allocated by the organisers for each event.
Please note maximum height of 2.2m.
If you have a non-standard stand configuration you must contact the organiser for approval.
The distribution of literature either by an Exhibitor, or his promotional staff, may only be done within his own stand area and not in the gangways, or any other part of the exhibition hall or surrounding areas.  Furthermore, the Organisers reserve the right to cease, or withdraw any promotional activity by any Exhibitor to which they object.


Suggested stand equipment…

  • Venues will be open for Exhibitors from 8.00am.
  • Set-up from 8am-9.45am. At some venues set up the day before may be available, please contact Gary for details the week prior to the event date.
  • All stands must be in place by 9.45am due to Health & Safety, see H&S section.
  • Open to visitors from 10.00 until 14:00.
  • Exhibits may be dismantled once the exhibition closes at 14:00. Due to Health and Safety and consideration to our visitors and other exhibitors,   no exhibit may be removed from the exhibition before this time, except with the express permission of the Organiser.
  • All exhibits must be removed from the premises no later than 17:00 on the day of the exhibition including courier collection unless arranged with the venue prior.

Please refer to individual event checklists above for specific courier details.


      Free wifi is available at all venues. Please check with event staff on-site for details.


      Catering facilities will be provided during the exhibition, usually on a cafeteria basis depending on the individual venue. Each exhibition stand will receive drink vouchers together with 2 luncheon vouchers,for members of staff.


      Boxes, literature etc. may be stored either under a table or behind a stand, however, space used for storage behind your stand will be considered part of your total space allocation.
      Please note that Fire Regulations will not allow storage in areas that obstruct fire exits etc.

      Microphones/Audio/Audio Visual

      Exhibitors showing films or creating excessive noise or using audio or audio-visual aids that disturb adjacent Exhibitors may be asked to cease such activities in the interest of the overall exhibition.


      Exhibitors are advised that, under the terms of their contract, all payments must be made in full 21 days prior to the commencement of the show. Registration lists will not be supplied unless payment has been received. We must therefore remind Exhibitors, that they will not be able to set up their stands until any outstanding payments have been met.
      Payment can be made via BACS or cheque. Payment details are listed on all invoices.


      Post-event lists will be supplied the day after the event where possible via email. Data will indicate where a registered delegate has visited the show. Exhibitors will be provided with the delegate data for the event and/or sector to which they have subscribed in their booking form.

      The Organisers are committed to operating its various businesses in compliance with all the relevant legislation and guidelines covering Health and Safety at Work and it is a requirement of venues that all Exhibitors, Contractors and Visitors comply with the law and the regulations of the venue at all times. Anyone infringing any relevant legislation and/or any venue regulations, will be asked to desist forthwith any serious or continuing breaches may be banned from the premises.

      Covid Policy

      • All of our events will follow the official government and individual venue guidelines, any changes will be notified accordingly.
      • Whilst not mandatory all persons attending the event will be encouraged to wear facemasks for their own and others’ safety.
      • All persons attending the event will be encouraged to check into the event using the NHS OCR app check-in code.
      • All persons attending the event will be encouraged to be aware and comfortable with their surroundings with regard to their own and others social distance  (2m aisles will be used throughout the event)
      • Anyone with typical covid symptoms or who has been instructed to self-isolate is instructed not to attend the event.
      • Anyone displaying covid symptoms will be refused admission and be encouraged to take a test at the earliest opportunity
      • The venue will provide hand sanitizer stations.
      • The venue will ensure the suite is properly ventilated
      • The venue will ensure a regular cleaning regime for all facilities
      • The venue staff will wear facemasks for their own and visitors’ safety.
      Risk Assessment Help Notes

      When considering their risk assessment and whilst on site, Exhibitors are asked to take note of the following key risk areas:
      Should you wish to demonstrate a product using heat, water, heavy electrical usage, extra large or heavy exhibits for example, you must notify us prior to the event and be accompanied by a full risk assessment (please note that some venues may have a policy that may exclude some of the above )
      The important need to maintain all emergency gangways, as indicated on the technical floor plan during build-up and breakdown.
      Due respect and consideration should be given to other users of the venue.
      The need for operatives to wear suitable protective clothing relevant to their job, which includes eye, hearing and foot protection.
      The work area must be maintained free from general waste materials, which could hazard operatives. All waste should be disposed of in the proper manner.
      Ensuring that all portable and static power equipment is used for the purpose for which it was designed and that safety guards are correctly fitted and used.

      Electrical Equipment

      All electrical equipment must be tested in accordance with current legislation. All equipment over 12 months old will require a current PAT test certificate.

      Due to guidelines set out in current safety legislation, it is a requirement that Exhibitors ensure that each item to be plugged into the electrical mains supply should have PAT certification (Portable Appliance Test). Many venues now stipulate that without current certification, they will not allow the items in question to be “plugged in”. i.e. computers, laptops, monitors, and stand lights.
      Framework Media will provide access to one single power socket to each exhibition stand; sufficient to operate 1 PC and 4 low voltage stand lights only. Exhibitors must ensure that they bring their own multipoint extension lead if they wish to use multiple items. Exhibition stands must strictly adhere to these parameters, failure to do so could lead to a disruption of the power supply.
      Signs involving neon or similar gases are not permitted. Any special requirements should be checked with the Organisers and if approval is given, confirmed in writing prior to the beginning of build up of the exhibition. Wherever possible Exhibitors are advised to use Laptop computers to ensure that in the event of a power failure, your presentations will not be interrupted.

      Fire Precautions

      All structures, materials, special designs, unusual constructions and all signs shall conform to British Safety Standards and Codes of Practice and comply with the Local Authority and Fire Brigade Regulations or those of any other Statutory Authority.
      Any stand infringing fire precautions will be dismantled. The Organisers cannot be held responsible.

      Fire Evacuation Procedure

      There will be situated throughout the building, instructions on what to do if you discover a fire, or hear the fire alarm and the Organisers will be familiar with the type of alarm (siren, bell etc.) and the Emergency Evacuation Procedure used by the venue, which will include operation of the fire alarm activation points, means of escape and assembly areas.

      Upon discovering a fire:

      1. Sound the alarm.

      2. Dial 999 to call the fire brigade.

      On hearing the fire alarm, the Organiser in charge will direct all Exhibitors and Visitors as follows:

      Immediately leave the building by the nearest available exit. DO NOT USE THE LIFTS.
      If the nearest exit is inaccessible due to smoke etc. use the next available exit.
      Do not return to your normal place of work or stop to collect personal belongings.
      Close all doors behind you.
      Report to your designated assembly point, the location of which should be displayed in a prominent position.
      Do not return to the building for any reason until authorized to do so.

      Persons with mobility problems:

      1. On joining a section each person with a mobility problem shall be allocated two escorts.

      2. During an evacuation one escort will remain with that person in a safe area. Care must be taken that this does not obstruct the main evacuation routes.

      3. The other escort will proceed to the exit and inform the person in charge or the Fire Brigade that a person with mobility problems requires evacuating.

      4. The designated person (security/caretaker etc.) or fire officer will then go to the location and escort the person out of the building.

      5. Escorts will remain with the person until the all clear is given and then assist them back to their place of work.

      First Aid

      In the case of injury, please inform the Organisers.

      Obstructing the Gangways

      Exhibitors are reminded that no part of any stand or exhibit, including fascias, signs, corner posts or fittings shall project into or overhang any gangways or obscure fire exit signs.  Projector podiums must be set-up within the parameters of the space allocated.  Should this not be observed Exhibitors would be instructed to move the offending item by the Organisers as this contravenes safety regulations within the venue.

      Disabled Visitors

      The company, it’s employees and exhibitors shall make “reasonable adjustments” to enable disabled visitors to make full use of our services.
      1. When selecting venues for we will ensure that wheelchair access is provided wherever possible.
      2. Room layouts will be designed to cater for wheel chair access wherever possible.
      3. Full disabled access is available at event venues wherever possible.
      4. Aisles will be no less than 2m wide
      5. Aisles will be kept free of obstruction during exhibition opening times.
      6. All exhibition staff will be made aware of the RNID type-talk services so that they may confidently handle type talk enquiries.
      7. Seminars/presentations can be supported by written material, available by prior request.
      8. Speakers will be provided with, and asked to comply with, RNID guidelines for communicating with deaf people who lip-read.
      9. Seating will be available at the front of the seminar area, no more than 6 feet from the presenter wherever possible, to accommodate anyone with a severe or profound hearing loss.
      10. Seminar seating arrangements will be designed to easily accommodate a wheelchair.
      11. All employees should have read the DDA – A guide for providers of goods, facilities and services as provided by the RNID- and understood its implications to our products and services.
      12. Bearing in mind the subject matter, in the unlikely event that a blind person visits us, the company will take reasonable steps to assist that visitor in whatever way possible.
      13. Within the obvious restraints of the exhibition genre, we will adhere to accommodate all disabilities, whenever possible.
      EXHIBITORS : Please be aware of the above in relation to the service you provide, you should have available written materials to support your activity whether that be stand presentations or seminar speaking.

      Completion of Stands & Exhibits

      All stands must be completed including the positioning of exhibits at least 15 minutes prior to the official opening time of the event.  Please note that due to Health and Safety Regulations Exhibitors will not be allowed to erect stands after the show has been opened to the public.  It is therefore in the Exhibitor’s best interests to ensure that if they are travelling any distance on the morning of the event that they allow themselves plenty of time for the journey.


      All exhibits are at the Exhibitor’s own risk. Please make sure that your stand is attended when the deliveries are made, as the Organisers cannot accept deliveries on Exhibitor’s behalf for security reasons.


      Exhibitors are requested to respect the smoking arrangements at individual venues.


      Anyone under the age of 18 years will not be permitted into the Exhibition during opening hours unless accompanied by an adult. Exhibitors and Contractors must not bring children to the exhibition during the build up or break down periods for safety reasons. Exhibitors are also reminded that no animals other than guide dogs will be permitted in the exhibition at any time.


      The Organisers will not themselves be responsible for the safety of any articles of any kind brought into the Exhibition by the Exhibitors, their servants, agents or contractors, members of the public or any other person. Exhibitors should make sure that they are fully covered by insurance including Public Liability, all risks of their property and Employers Liability.
      The Exhibitor shall insure, indemnify and hold the Organisers harmless in respect of all costs, claims, demands and expenses to which the Organisers may in any way be subject as a result of any loss or injury arising to any person howsoever caused as the result of any act of default of the Exhibitor, his servants, agents, contractors or invitees. If the Organisers so demand, the Exhibitor shall provide proof to the Organisers that the Exhibitor has adequate insurance cover.
      The Organisers shall not in any event be held responsible for any restrictions or conditions which prevent the construction, erection, completion, alteration or dismantling of stands or for the entry, sitting or removal of exhibits, or for the failure of any of the services normally provided by the venue or for the cancellation or part-time opening of the Exhibition either as a whole or in part or for the amendments or alterations to all or any of the Rules and Regulations caused by circumstances not under their control. Exhibitors should arrange insurance cover for the above and other as required.


      Exhibitors are requested to leave the exhibition venue in a reasonable condition.  Any damage caused to an exhibition venue by an Exhibitor shall be the responsibility of that Exhibitor and they shall be responsible for any charges levied by the owner of the venue for any repairs.

      Damage to Premises

      The Organisers have the right to charge the Exhibitor for damage to premises caused by the Exhibitor, his staff or contractors. Exhibitors should satisfy themselves as to the condition of their site before the build up commences, any damage found should be reported to the Organisers.