Medical Imaging Convention

2023
Olympia London

RUNNING ALONGSIDE:

 Oncology ConventionCPD Member

EZone Turnkey Stand Information

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EZone Turnkey Stand Information

Your Turnkey Stand Package is  *

Click on your stand package below for further details

Important Information

*If you have agreed a stand size which differs to the turnkey package in the brochure, please refer to the stand size in your contract or on the floorplan. If the change affects your graphics, please contact customer success to request a separate graphics specification.

Artwork for graphic panels will need to be supplied by the deadline provided by the organisers. 

Turnkey Information

  • Turnkey stands are built using 2.5m high white Octonorm with metalwork separating each panel. The size of the shell panels are 2,340mm x 946mm.
  • Unlike shell scheme packages, ceiling grids and fascias are NOT included on the stand. A corner brace may be required for stands with walls longer than 3m where there is no support behind. 
  • Under no circumstances must anything be nailed, screwed or glued to the graphics, shell scheme panels or metal framework of the stand. Exceptions are: two-part Velcro (hook and loop), blu-tack and double-sided sticky pads to fix light exhibits. 
  • Any damage will be charged to the exhibitor at full replacement cost.

The items listed below are not included with your turnkey stand package:

  • spotlights/lighting
  • rails or other stand fitting items
  • Internet
  • Catering

The above items can be ordered using the relevant order forms found here 

Please contact customer success if you have any queries

9sqm Turnkey Package 

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Click here for Graphic Specs - (Updated link pending - please come back later)

18sqm Turnkey Package 

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36sqm Turnkey Package 

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