This Exhibitor Resource Center is designed to help exhibitors find the resources they need to have a smooth and successful RFID Journal LIVE! Below is information about the Exhibitor Portal, Exhibitor Services Manual, staff registration and housing.
If you have any questions, or require any additional resources, please do not hesitate to contact Anne McConahey, Operations Manager, by email (Anne.McConahey@emeraldexpo.com) or by phone (949-226-5709).
If you have any questions about marketing or promotional opportunities, please contact Rowena Burcham, Marketing Specialist, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (770-291-5406).
Exhibitor Services Manual
The Exhibitor Services Manual includes important details about the event including:
- General show information
(RFID Journal contact list; deadlines; hotel information, exhibitor registration information and more)
- Marketing and promotional opportunities
- Registration information
- Rules and regulations
- Additional show services information
The exhibitor services manual will be ready for download in early January.
Each exhibitor at RFID Journal LIVE! has access to a private Exhibitor Portal, where you can do the following:
- Update your exhibitor profile
- Purchase product showcase panels and other promotional opportunities
- Register booth staff
Login information can be found in the RFID Journal LIVE! 2018 Booth Confirmation Email we sent you.
Register Your Booth Staff
All exhibitors should have received an email with a user name and password to allow you to log in and register your booth staff.
If you have not yet registered your booth staff, please log into your Exhibitor Portal and look for the link to Exhibitor Registration.
We strongly encourage you to also reserve your room at one of the event hotels. To book your room, please user our official hotel reservation system. If you have questions regarding housing for RFID Journal LIVE! or need a block of rooms, please send e-mail to RFIDhousing@connectionshousing.com, or call 404-371-0566.
Do not book a room from companies making unsolicited calls. These companies are often scammers and you may be left without a hotel room.