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Secure your preferred stand at Fi Europe & Ni as early as possible by collecting Priority Allocation Points. The Fi Global Priority Allocation Points system determines how early in the rebooking process you’ll be contacted to select your stand for the show. Learn more about how you can benefit at our next show!
Priority Allocation Points. What are the benefits?
- Fi Global Priority Allocation Points help you choose the right location, at the right time.
- The more points you accumulate, the higher up on the Priority Points table you sit. This determines how early in the rebooking process you will be contacted to choose your desired stand location on the floor plan.
- Your placement on the schedule is based on the total square metres booked at Fi Europe & Ni over the past 10 years (current year, plus one year into the future).
- The more Allocation Points a company has, the more stand options are available.
- The deadline to collect Priority Points for Fi Europe & Ni 2020 is 31 May 2020, and for Fi Europe & Ni 2021 the deadline is 31 May 2021.
- The next cycle starts from 1 June 2020 till 31 May 2021.
How do I increase my points?
Earn more points in 3 simple ways!
If I book a 48m2 space at Fi Europe & Ni 2020 and order a New Product Gallery sponsorship product, and I also book a stand at Fi North America 2019, how man points am I entitled to?
- You will receive 10 points* for rebooking, and an additional 4 points* for the 48m2 of space.
- 6 points* for Fi North America, and 4 points* for the New Product Gallery.
- Therefore, at Fi Europe & Ni 2020 you will receive 24 points*
What factors may influence my points?
- Clients who rebook for the 2020 or the 2021 edition automatically gain 10 points
- The number of square meters booked gains you additional points per 12m2
- The number of years spent exhibiting as a main exhibitor
- The amount you spend on sponsorship packages around European events
- The number of European Fi Global trade shows you participate in throughout a calendar year.
- Companies that acquire or merge with another brand take on 25% of their accumulated points for the next edition.
- Companies that move between Hi Europe and Fi Europe will retain their current points.
The number of allocation points a company has determines their position on the Priority Points Allocation list, which therefore determines their time slot during the rebooking process onsite. The list is updated yearly using the Priority Points Allocation system. All exhibitors are entitled to request their number of points to date. Additional points will be available throughout the year via specific limited-time offers.
Terms & Conditions
- The deadline to collect Priority Points for Fi Europe & Ni 2020 is 31 May 2020.
- The deadline to collect Priority Points for Fi Europe & Ni 2021 is 31 May 2021.
- The next cycle starts from 1 June 2020 to 31 May 2021.
- Your placement on the schedule is based on the total square metres booked at Fi Europe & Ni over a 10 year period (current year, plus one year in the future). Companies can book both 2020 and 2021 editions together and benefit from points for each.
- The more Allocation Points a company has, the more stand options are available. Dedicated Pavilion areas are excluded (e.g. New Exhibitor Pavilion, Country Pavilion)
You can gain points by:
- Rebooking stand space
- Booking sponsorship opportunities
- Booking an additional Fi Global show on top of your Fi Europe or Hi Europe attendance
You do not gain points if:
- You do not exhibit
- You are only exhibiting at another international show other than Fi Europe or Hi Europe
- You have cancelled your stand before the show trades
- You have not completed full payment for your show participation
- You have booked a non-European event via a local office outside of Europe
- Merges & Acquisitions – the merging companies keep the points of the company with the highest and can take over 25% of the points of the other merging company
The allocation point system may be subject to change