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Exhibitors & VISITORS

Frequently Asked Questions

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As an exhibitor, will I receive any information on my booth visitors?

Yes, as an exhibitor you are entitled to receive the information of your booth visitors once they enter your virtual booth portal. This information will be captured and recorded in a trade booth tab ready to be exported at any time. However, the amount of information captured in the booth tab is dependent on the type of booth purchased - see below the visitor information captured by each booth type.

Standard Booth: Name, Job Title, Company, Country

Premium Booth: Name, Job Title, Company, Country, Sector, Email

Ultra Booth: Name, Job Title, Company, Country, Sector, Email, Interests, Decision Maker Level, Time Spent on Booth, Booth Hotspot Visits

How do staff register as booth workers?

Firstly, booth staff will need to register as a visitor. The exhibitor will then send a complete list of all booth staff to their account executive - including the registered staff's name, email address and job title. Staff will then have their visitor status updated to staff status, allowing access features such as the live chat and video meeting function from within the virtual booth.

How do we register our company as an exhibitor?

Companies can register to exhibit by submitting a request here.

How will my booth be built?

Exhibitors will be responsible for sending through a number of JPG graphic files, which will form the make up of the booth design. The graphics will fit into a booth template dependant on the booth type purchased. The virtual booth will then be built by the WTiN design team using these graphic files. After the design has been approved by the exhibitor; the interactive video, brochure, company profile, chat and meeting features will be added.

How will the brochure viewing platform work?

Visitors can read the booth brochures in two ways: firstly, online in the exhibitor booth, using the online reader platform; or by downloading the brochures and viewing them later on their own devices. The built-in reader platform works as a PDF reader, giving visitors the chance to flick through the brochure pages, similar to an Amazon Kindle device. Visitors are also able to save brochures in their trade show bag if they wish to read them in the virtual trade show portal at a later time.

Is the language of the trade show translatable?

Yes, each part of the booth will be translated into the visitor's language of preference. However, booth media such as graphics, brochures, videos and live chat will not. It may be useful to add translations to exhibitor features in order to reach out to certain clientele who may not speak English. Here at WTiN, we use Rev for captions and translations.

What imagery do I need to provide?

You can find all the details here.

What is the roundtables feature?

The roundtables feature is series of open panel discussions/debates taking place between industry experts on a number of topics throughout the duration of the trade show. The discussions will be recorded via video link and hosted by WTiN, with both exhibitors and visitors able to attend. After the discussions have come to an end, roundtable attendees will be able to ask questions to the industry experts via our trade show forums. Here are the roundtable topics taking place at this year's show:

•Circular economy - disrupting fast fashion

•Digitalisation in textile and apparel value chains

•Textile inkjet: the future for pigment inks

•Advances in biodegradable textiles - Part I

•An antimicrobial future for textiles

•Improving health & wellbeing through smart textiles

•Challenges of PPE production

•Consumer behaviour shifts in the activewear sector

•Embracing the new normal: Post Covid-19 strategies for growth

•Smart factories

•DTG printing: customisation and localization

•Localised manufacturing: the future or unscalable?

When will the virtual trade show take place?

The ITA virtual trade show will run from Thursday 15 October 2020 until Friday 30 October 2020, giving visitors and exhibitors 15 full days to explore the trade show portal.

Where can I access the WTiN Virtual Trade Show webinars?

Links to the two Virtual Trade Show webinars can be found below.

Webinar 1: Tuesday 23 June - see here

Webinar 2: Tuesday 21 July - see here

Will I see my booth once I have sent in my media?

Once we have received the graphic files for the booth, we will then send out a draft of the booth design for your approval within 10 working days. This will give you a chance to make any amendments to the booth design. Once the design has been approved, the booth's videos, brochures and chat feature will be added and you will be given a demo of your interactive booth nearer to the time of the show.

When will the virtual trade show take place?

The trade show will run for 15 days, from midnight (GMT) on Thursday 15 October 2020, until 23:59pm (GMT) on Friday 30 October 2020.

Are we able to design a custom booth?

Yes. Ultra booth customers can design their own booth, as long as a design template file is provided. Custom booth designs are required in SVG format. SVG is a vector format that scales (without distortion) to fit the screen size available. Booths will be displayed at 100% screen width and, as such, there are no set physical (pixel) dimensions for the SVG. However, the SVG should represent well and remain legible on displays of width 1920px down to 320px (phone screens). The design must feature clearly visible hotspot areas for the brochure carousel, seminar video, video carousel as well as the meeting and chat functions. Note: On smaller displays, the booth hotspots will not be the primary method of browsing exhibitor collateral.

What is the roundtables feature?

The roundtables feature is series of open panel discussions/debates taking place between industry experts on a number of topics throughout the duration of the trade show. The discussions will be recorded via video link and hosted by WTiN, with both exhibitors and visitors able to attend. After the discussions have come to an end, roundtable attendees will be able to ask questions to the industry experts via our trade show forums. Here are the roundtable topics taking place at this year's show:

•Circular economy - disrupting fast fashion

•Digitalisation in textile and apparel value chains

•Textile inkjet: the future for pigment inks

•Advances in biodegradable textiles - Part I

•An antimicrobial future for textiles

•Improving health & wellbeing through smart textiles

•Challenges of PPE production

•Consumer behaviour shifts in the activewear sector

•Embracing the new normal: Post Covid-19 strategies for growth

•Smart factories

•DTG printing: customisation and localization

•Localised manufacturing: the future or unscalable?

When does visitor registration open?

It's open already! Come and get involved...

You can find the registration form here.

When will I get my login details?

Shortly before the show you will receive full login details with your password, as well as further instructions and details.

Where can I access the WTiN Virtual Trade Show webinars?

Links to the two Virtual Trade Show webinars can be found below.

Webinar 1: Tuesday 23 June - see here

Webinar 2: Tuesday 21 July - see here

When will the virtual trade show take place?

The trade show will run for 15 days, from midnight (GMT) on Thursday 15 October 2020, until 23:59pm (GMT) on Friday 30 October 2020.