UKGE B2B MEETING ROOMS

Space to conduct your business

UK Games Expo are now offering a free service to our exhibitors who are looking for a table to have meetings at away from the trade hall both during the day and also in the evening of UKGE 2nd to 4th June 2017.

This is how it will work:

We have allocated a meeting room at the NEC and two meeting rooms at the Hilton Hotel for exhibitors to access free of charge. These rooms have a number of tables in and are not private rooms. However we will space out tables as much as possible.

When you reserve a table you will be given a room, time slot and a table number.

Location

In the NEC the space is Room 5 in the Piazza Suite which is located just off the main Piazza of the NEC and not far from Hall 1. Check this map for location. This will be available from 9am until 9pm on Friday 2nd June and Saturday 3rd June and from 10am until 4pm on Sunday 4th June.

In the Hilton Hotel we have allocated the Norfolk room and the Dorset Room. Check this map for location. This will be available from 9am until 9pm Saturday 3rd June and from 9am until 4pm on Sunday 4th June.

Timeslots

Tables can be reserved in hour slots and dependent on demand some rationing of allocation may be needed.

How to book a table

To reserve a table in advance for a meeting please email Mick before Wednesday 31st May.

To reserve a table at UKGE itself attend UKGE Exhibitions Services Stand T5 and they can advise on available tables. You can also attend the Event Desk at the Hilton and book a table from there.

Table Rules

Please note that whilst we are happy for exhibitors to get out games to show them to potential business customers these rooms are not to be used as open gaming space.

Please pay attention to the allocated table number you are given and also the time slot.

Please ensure you have tablets and calendars set to book appointments in British Summer Time.

Please do not hog the table after your time is up and vacate the table on time to avoid arguments and UKGE having to deploy "the boys or the girls" to enforce the appointment schedule.