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Emma Barnes created Wild Fawn in January 2015 when her love for making and drawing transformed into the love of working with silver and gold to make timeless jewellery that can be enjoyed every day. Each piece of jewellery is made by hand in her London studio, which is important to Emma because it means that there has been no exploitation of workers or unnecessary C02 emissions from transport to bring you Wild Fawn Jewellery.
IS INSTAGRAM A WASTE OF TIME?
Hands up if you waste time on Instagram?
I know I do. It’s so easily done because Instagram is so alluring. If I’m not careful, with one trip I find myself tumbling down a rabbit hole, cartwheeling through The Land of Unattainable until I am completely disorientated. What feels like days later I finally come up for air with little more to show for my expedition than stinging eyeballs and a sinking feeling that my life doesn’t quite measure up.
So how can we avoid this dizzying drain on our precious time, get a grip of Instagram, and make sure the time we do spend on the platform is purposeful and rewarding for our businesses?
Actually it’s quite simple. As is usually the case with marketing, we need to be clear about why. Why are you using Instagram for your business and what are you hoping to achieve? Here’s my checklist of the top three questions to ask yourself before you hit that Insta icon.
Mosley London is an ethical lifestyle brand based in east London. Launched in 2017, all illustrations are designed by Lyndsey Mosley who enjoys drawing playful illustrations that make people smile.
We are pleased to introduce the talent behind Text From A Friend, Sharon Caddie.Text From A Friend started when Sharon was heartily amused by the text messages sent from some of her friends. She scribbled their quips, posted them on social media. And so began requests to turn them into cards and posters...
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When women support each other incredible things happen!
At Pulse we are celebrating International Women's Day courtesy of one of our inspiring exhibitors Tribe + Glory. Tribe + Glory empowers and activates female entrepreneurs to achieve self sustainability through relationship, craftsmanship and entrepreneurship.
What are the upcoming show dates?
How can I get involved in the pre-show marketing?
There are many complimentary marketing opportunities to take part in before, during and after the show. For more information, click here.
How can I get featured in the Preview Magazine, on the blog, on social media, in the newsletter etc.?
Send us high resolution images and descriptions of your new products, write an interesting editorial-led story and send it to Rochel.Garrett@clarionevents.com. The better the images, the more likely you are to be featured. We love product and lifestyle shots.
Is there anything specific I need to wear or bring for build-up/break-down?
Yes, all personnel onsite must wear solid-soled, substantial footwear and high visibility vests during build-up and break-down. Failure to do so will result in you not being able to access the venue during these times.
This is due to recent changes to the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 law regarding health and safety at events.
What are the Operations& Marketing Manual and E-Zone?
The Operations& Marketing Manual is your comprehensive manual with all vital exhibition information. Within the guide, you will find supplier contact information, stand information, compulsory, optional and marketing order forms, exhibitor badges etc.
The E-Zone is your online brand profile where you can add product images, company descriptions, product and launch information etc. Please note that you must check all company information on this page as this is the information that gets displayed in our official publications including the Preview Magazine and the Show Directory. This is an extremely important page and one of the most visited pages on our website by buyers so make sure you have a complete profile. Buyers want to see your products so make sure you upload your images.
How can I access my Operations& Marketing Manual and E-Zone?
You can access both of these pages by clicking here. Your login details have been sent to you already but if you cannot find them, please contact a member of the Pulse Team.
How can I order lights and electrics for my stand?
You can order these via your Operations & Marketing Manual. Click on Optional Forms - Lighting & Electrics. Alternatively, you can contact Freeman directly:
EMEA.Exhibitorservices@freemanco.com | +44 (0)2476 309236
There is an early bird discount so make sure to order everything you need as early as possible.
How do I register for my exhibitor badge?
You can register for your badge via the Operations& Marketing Manual. Click on Compulsory Forms - Exhibitor Badges. If you are unable to register before the event, exhibitor badging will be available onsite from Saturday 12 May at 2pm from the registration area at the entrance of the Grand Hall, Olympia.
For build-up, all personnel onsite will be supplied with a temporary wristband, granting them access to the venue. There is no need to pre-register for these.
Do I need to a vehicle pass for build-up/break-down?
Yes, you can register your vehicle for a time slot via the Operations & Marketing manual. Click on Compulsory Forms - Vehicle Registration. The booking system will go live 30 days prior to build-up and an email will be sent to you once it is available.
Can I get goods delivered to the venue?
Yes, however you need to be onsite to sign for the package. If you will not be onsite, please speak with Agility who will be able to sign for and store your package until your arrival. Please call or email Agility for more information:
email@example.com | +44 (0) 121 780 2627
What time can I set up my stand?
It depends on your stand type, for more information please visit your Operations& Marketing Manual and click on Exhibitor Guide and then ‘Everything you need to know about build-up and break-down’.
What am I allowed to do with my stand?
Please visit the ‘How my stand will look’ page on your Operations& Marketing Manual.
Am I allowed to provide hospitality (e.g. food and drink) on my stand for visitors?
Yes but there may be additional charges for this. Please refer to your Operations& Marketing Manual for more information. Click on Optional Forms – Stand Hospitality.
Can I get staff lunches delivered to my stand during the show?
Yes, please refer to your Operations& Marketing Manual for more information. Click on Optional Forms – Stand Hospitality.