Exhibitor FAQ

What sponsorship opportunities are available at the event?

There are plenty of sponsorship opportunities available. As well as being highly visible at the show itself, your brand will feature in all relevant marketing materials and you will receive the data of those who engage with your feature area. Get in touch with Angela Coffill, [email protected] for more information and to discuss your requirements.


I am interested in exhibiting at Workplace Wellbeing Show. How do I get started?

To find out more about exhibiting opportunities and pricing, simply submit this form and a member of the Workplace Wellbeing Show team will be in touch shortly. For more information and to discuss your requirements.


Who do I contact about building my stand for Workplace Wellbeing Show?

Please contact our customer service team here [email protected] or 0207 921 8166.


Where can I apply for a visa?

To apply for your visa invitation letter you need to first be registered as an Exhibitor. Then, once registration is open, we can send you a link to a visa application form. If you have any follow up questions, please email [email protected]. Please allow 5 working days for processing.


How do you ensure attendees' safety and health at Workplace Wellbeing Show?

When you join our event, you can expect to see that health and safety is a priority and that a range of measures are in place to ensure everyone involved is able to enjoy a safe, hygienic, productive and high-quality organised event experience. All Informa events will be run according to official government and local authority guidance in the first instance, as well as any venue or location-specific regulations. In addition, all Informa events will follow the ten Informa AllSecure priority commitments. Wherever applicable and possible, our events will also apply the full range of standards and guidelines described in the Informa AllSecure guidebook.​ For the latest information please click here.


What is the shipping address of Workplace Wellbeing Show?

Your company name
Your stand number
Workplace Wellbeing Show 2021
ExCeL London
One Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
London
E16 1XL
UK

If you have any questions please contact our customer service team here [email protected] or 0207 921 8166.


I would like some help with PR and marketing in the run-up to the show. What can I do?

Please refer to the PR & marketing guide, accessed through the Exhibitor Zone, which contains essential information on how to maximise your investment at the show. Alternatively, contact the PR & marketing team.


I have lost/not received my password to access the exhibitor secure zone. What should I do?

Please contact our customer service team here [email protected] or 0207 921 8166.


I cannot access the exhibitor technical manual or do not understand how to use it. What should I do?

Please contact our customer service team here [email protected] or 0207 921 8166.


How do I access the exhibitor technical manual?

The exhibitor technical manual is accessed through the exhibitor zone: you will be notified when this is available and supplied with your password.


Can I submit press releases to appear on the Workplace Wellbeing Show website?

Yes, you can upload your press releases via the Exhibitor Zone.


Can I nominate my important clients for VIP status?

Yes, you can nominate up to 20 of your most important clients to receive a VIP upgrade which includes the use of the VIP facilities at the show. Please refer to the PR & marketing guide, accessed through the Exhibitor Zone, for further details.


Are there any products that are restricted by UK customs?

British law has always been very strict about who can own or move firearms, ammunition and explosives but the rules are now even more stringent in light of the heightened risk of terrorism. All firearms and explosives must be licensed and there is a total ban on offensive weapons such as knuckle-dusters and flick knives.

It is also against the law to import:

  • High voltage electric ‘stun guns’.
  • Pepper sprays, CS gas canisters and other self-defence sprays.
  • High-powered air rifles.
  • Martial Arts weapons such as death stars and sword sticks.
  • Knives that have a concealed blade.

You may bring component parts of firearms into the country unless you have a licence for the weapon for which the parts are intended as components may be put to illegal uses.

All firearms must have a police shotgun licence or firearm certificate.

Please do not attempt to bring any of the above-mentioned products to Workplace Wellbeing Show. Failure to heed this warning will result in immediate expulsion from the show and possible prosecution.