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From 10 Aug: Marriage solemnizations/MICE in external venues will also be allowed to have up to 500 vaccinated attendees and 1,000 attendees from Aug 19. Events are allowed up to 50 pax without PET. Read more.

Exhibition

If you're willing to demonstrate an exhibition, stage an event, or a conference, one of the most important decisions to cut it, is choosing an ideal location-where. Are you going to conduct a trade show or your exhibition? With the presence of several options out there, choosing one that can suit your needs can seem like a daunting task. How can you tell that one venue has the edge over another one? To choose an optimum site to fit your requirements, you should take into account the following factors:

  • Appropriate size: You don't want attendees or exhibitors to be cramped for air or space while having a restricted view of the presentation that is going on. However, it would help if you didn't choose venues that are too large or too small. For example, if you want to use a quarter of the venue's space, there's a risk that the exhibition will look unprofessional or even small-scale. 
  • Number of rooms available: Maybe you're someone willing to set up a spacious room for delivering presentations, taking notes, and delivering keynote speeches, but you also want to conduct workshops and small-scale seminars on the same day. You'll have to book a venue with several meeting rooms to balance the communal space, each equipped and fully fitted. 
  • A versatile space that offers customization: Each event or exhibition is different from the other, which implies, every event needs its design and settings. So, you shouldn't follow the one-size-fits-all principle for carrying out your exhibition. If your venue doesn't allow you to mobilize the furniture and fittings while setting rooms per your needs, this can affect your event's quality.