TYPES OF STAND PACKAGES AT PROPAK 2022
We offer simple and effective stand packages that provide flexibility in size and cost for businesses looking to have a simple
presence at the show, or a larger presence with live equipment and products to demonstrate.
This option is suited to exhibitors looking to custom-build their stands. This offers you more flexibility in design and is a great way to attract more attention and visitors to your stand.
- Stand space
- Pre-show marketing support
- Website branding
- Show Catalogue coverage
This option provides you with a more economical all-inclusive solution to save you time and money. All you’d need to do is tell us what you require and we’ll supply…
- All items included in Space-only
- Walls & Carpet
- Fascia nameboard
- X2 standard chairs
- X1 standard table
- X2 spotlights
- X1 13-amp electrical socket
ENHANCED STAND BRANDING PACKAGE
Increase your company’s visibility with stand branding. Only applicable to those purchasing a shell-scheme package, branding options will give you the opportunity to have your logo and artwork displayed professionally across your booth.
- All items included in Shell Scheme package
- Branded fascia
- Branded lockable cabinet
- X3 fully branded wall panels
- ½ page advert in Show Catalogue
- Highlighted Show Catalogue entry
SPONSOR PROPAK WEST AFRICA 2022
Maximise your return by selecting one of our flexible and cost-effective sponsorship packages. Build valuable brand trust amongst your target audience and get ahead of your competitors at the region’s primary trade platform for the packaging, plastics, printing & food-processing industry.
With various packages available varying from lanyard sponsor to overall event partner, we can tailor our packages to suit any budget.
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DOWNLOAD THE 2022 RATE CARD
With all the information laid out above, see the full price list for each of the options available. With cost-effective stand prices, secure your business' space at this year's edition.
Leverage Propak West Africa's unique access to the continent's biggest economy this September.
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