Please review this Exhibitor Kit carefully for all important deadlines, show hours, exhibitor resources and rules and regulations.

Should you have any questions that can not be answered here, please contactLocWorld Exhibits Manager  |  Email:  

Phone:  (608) 826-5001  |  Fax:  (608) 826-5004  |  7601 Ganser Way, Madison, WI 53719 USA

LocWorld49 Visibility and Exhibitor Opportunities

Harness the power of LocWorld’s global recognition with a special Visibility or Exhibitor package designed to give you the maximum exposure and brand connection possible during the LocWorld49 Malmö conference.

Sponsorship Application: Opening Tuesday, January 17 at 5:00pm CET
Exhibitor Registration: Opening Tuesday, February 21 at 5:00pm CET

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Exhibit Rules And Regulations

  1. Assignment of Booth Space. Assignments will be made after receipt of the exhibit registration and payment on a first-come, first-served basis. The conference organizers, Localization World Ltd., reserves the right to reassign exhibit spaces at any time in the interest of creating a cohesive exhibit. Localization World reserves the right to reject any application that in its judgment is not appropriate for the LocWorld Conference.
  2. Show Management. The exhibition is organized and managed by Localization World Ltd. Any matters not covered in these Rules and Regulations are subject to the interpretation of Localization World Ltd. and all exhibitors must abide by their decisions. Show management shall have full power to interpret, amend, and enforce these rules and regulations. Each exhibitor, for himself and his employees, agrees to abide by the foregoing rules and regulations.
  3. Included in Booth Space. All booths include the exhibit space, a furniture package of one info desk that is lockable and has logo branding, two bar stools with backrest, one acrylic brochure rack, one wastebasket, carpeting. One standard electrical connection and wireless internet access is also included. Each booth receives one complimentary full conference registration, and the option to purchase one discounted full conference registration for 950€ +VAT. Additional furniture, monitors, etc. are not included and must be purchased separately by the exhibitor.
  4. Installation and Dismantle of Exhibits. Installation and dismantling of the exhibit booth should be done only during the time indicated by show management according to the exhibit schedule. All booths must remain intact until the close of the event. Displays must be staffed during all regular exhibit hours. No one under the age of 18 will be permitted on the exhibit floor during installation and dismantle hours.
  5. Failure to Occupy Space. Space not occupied by the opening of the exhibit hall on the first day of the conference, will be forfeited by exhibitors and their space may be resold, reassigned or used by the exhibit management without refund.
  6. Rates, Refunds and Cancellation. Space will be rented at the rates listed on the official exhibit application. No application will be processed, or space assigned without full payment. A full refund, minus a USD 50 processing fee will be made if written notice of cancellation is received by Localization World 60 days in advance of the conference. A 50% refund will be given if written notice of cancellation is received 30 days in advance. No refund will be given if notice of cancellation is received less than 30 days before the conference. If an exhibitor cancels or does not utilize their contracted booth space, the complimentary conference registration will be null and void. All cancellation requests must be submitted in writing to the LocWorld Exhibits Manager. Localization World, Ltd. reserves the right to cancel the conference without prior notice. Localization World, Ltd.’s liability is limited to a refund of the exhibit and related registration fees.
  7. Contractor Services. An official contractor will provide all services in the exhibit area. Complete information, instructions and schedule of prices regarding, shipping, drayage, labor for installation and dismantling, etc. will be forwarded in an exhibitor manual. Under no circumstances will Localization World assume responsibilities for loss or damage to goods consigned to the official contractor.
  8. Exhibit Displays. Any portion of an exhibit that obstructs the view, interferes with the privileges of other exhibitors, extends beyond the designated booth space or for any reason becomes objectionable, must be immediately modified, or removed by the exhibitor. No signs or advertising materials, including handouts or marketing materials, shall be displayed outside the exhibit space. Localization World reserves the right to curtail exhibits or parts of exhibits that reflect against the character of the conference.
  9. Subleasing of Space. Exhibitors may not assign, sublet, or apportion to others the whole or any part of the space allocated.
  10. Exhibitor’s Personnel. All exhibitor personnel must wear an official LocWorld name badge for exhibit hall admission. Each exhibit must be fully operational and staffed during the open exhibit hours as defined by the Exhibit Schedule. Distribution of advertising material and souvenirs must be confined to the exhibitor’s booth. Canvassing or distribution of advertising material or souvenirs in the exhibit hall by representatives of non-exhibiting firms is strictly forbidden.
  11. Sales. Any on-site selling must comply with all laws regarding taxes.
  12. Sound Devices, Lighting and other Presentation Devices. Public address, sound-producing or amplification devices must be kept at a conversational level and must not interfere with other exhibitors. Localization World reserves the right to restrict the use of glaring lights or objectionable lighting effects.
  13. Events. Any function, event or meeting sponsored by an exhibitor must be scheduled in advance through LocWorld and must not conflict with the conference schedule.
  14. Loss or Damage. Neither Localization World, its sponsors, their employees or agents will be responsible for any injury, loss or damage that may occur to the exhibitor or the exhibitor’s property. By agreeing to these terms, the exhibitor releases Localization World, its sponsors, their employees and agents from any agreement to indemnify them against any and all claims for loss, damage or injury. Exhibitors are advised to carry insurance.
  15. Labor. Rules and regulations for union labor are made by the local unions and may change at any time. Where union labor is required because of building or contractor requirements, it will be necessary for the exhibitor to comply with these regulations.
  16. Storage. The exhibitor should make arrangements for storage of packing boxes and materials during the exhibition.
  17. Termination. If the conference is terminated due to picketing, strike, embargo, injunction, pandemic, act of war, act of terrorism, act of God, or a state of emergency declared by a government agency, the exhibitor waives any and all damages. Localization World may, after deducting all costs and expenses including a reserve for claims, refund to the exhibitor the prorated amount of all funds paid by the exhibitor.
  18. Violations. Violation of any of these Rules and Regulations by the exhibitor or his or her employees or agents shall at the option of Localization World forfeit the exhibitor’s right to occupy space and such exhibitor shall forfeit all monies paid or due. Upon evidence of violation, show management may take possession of the space occupied by the exhibitor, and may remove all persons and goods at the exhibitor’s risk. The exhibitor shall pay all expenses and damages Localization World may incur thereby
  19. Contact. For questions or more information, please contact:
    LocWorld Exhibits Manager
    7601 Ganser Way
    Madison, WI 53719 USA
    Phone: (608) 826-5001

Press And Marketing Toolkit

Your exhibit at LocWorld plays a vital role in showcasing your services to current and prospective clients. Increase your opportunity for increased returns on your exhibit investment and help grow the LocWorld community by encouraging your clients and colleagues to attend the conference.  Here are some simple tools to assist you in your marketing efforts.

Offical Logos

Exhibitor logos are sent directly to exhibitors upon the return of the signed agreement. Please contact our exhibit manager if you are in need of exhibitor logos.

Social Media

Not sure where to start with social media? Here are a few tips to get you started – plus check out our selection of sample tweets and posts we’ve prepared in the event downloads.

Current Official Hashtags:

LocWorld47 Berlin – #LocWorld47

Quick Tips For Social Media Success

  1. Start your promotion as soon as you have signed up as a sponsor or exhibitor at the event! This will help build interest in your participation early, leading to greater interest by the time of the event. You don’t need to post heavily early on, but it’s great to kickstart the excitement once your engagement is confirmed.
  2. Plan your social media presence during the event. Who will be attending from your company? What will their roles be? How can they be involved in social media engagement? Involve the whole team if possible!
  3. 1 month out – step up your promotion. Start talking about what attendees can look forward to when connecting with you virtually. New products? Demos? Raffles?
  4. Make sure you use the official hashtag!! Each conference has its own special hashtag to make finding and re-sharing content easy for everyone. Using the hashtag will ensure that attendees will see your posts and our social media team can more easily support your promotional efforts. All current official hashtags are listed above.
  5. Use a Social Media Dashboard. Planning the bulk of your social media posts before the actual event, using a social media dashboard like Hootsuite, is very helpful. This will save you a lot of time when you are live during the event and busy interacting with the attendees.
  6. Don’t just rely on scheduled posts – live post as well. Posting as things happen will add some additional interest to your promotion and gives you more flexibility to capitalize on events that occur on the day.
  7. Be human and have a conversation. Use a natural voice in your posts – it should feel like your colleagues are speaking to the audience, not some corporate announcement. And make sure you reply to others posts when you can – remember, it is ‘Social’ media.
  8. Go multimedia. Use pictures and video, this is also vital for virtual events. The more interesting you can make your posts – both content-wise and visually, the more effective with will be for you.