Enforce Tac: Exhibitors' frequently asked questions
Under safety guidance for exhibitors you will find the hygiene concept of the event, taking into account the currently valid official regulations, as well as important FAQs for a safe and successful event.
More information on the safety guidance for exhibitors under enforcetac.com/hygieneconcept
When you make a binding application to be an exhibitor, you will receive our marketing services, which include the following:
- Entry in the exhibitor and product database (365 days online)
- Online advertising banners with your booth number
- Entry in the exhibition guide
- Admission vouchers (with company name/booth number printed on them)
- Stickers (with hall and booth number printed on them)
- Exhibition flyers/visitors' guide
- Press releases displayed in the press centre
The Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) charges a fee of EUR 0.60 per square metre of exhibition space for the representation of your interests.
NürnbergMesse GmbH collects the corresponding amount to forward it to the AUMA.
Our online editorial team will be happy to do this for you. Send us your enquiry:
As Enforce Tac is purely a trade fair, the sale of exhibition goods at the stand is not permitted.
Design and rent your complete stand really easily online using our exhibition stand configurator. A complete stand is the cost-effective alternative to an individual stand. The smart modular system provides a lot of scope for your design ideas and offers you simple complete solutions.
We ask for your understanding that no partially or full dismantling of a stand and products is possible before the official end of Enforce Tac. The stand staff may also not be removed before the end of the exhibition. It is for the benefit of all the exhibitors that the exhibition runs free of disruption for its entire duration.
Please note that NürnbergMesse GmbH will charge a fee of at least EUR 2,000 in the event of a contravention of this. In addition, NürnbergMesse GmbH shall reserve the right to bar an exhibitor who has caused a disruption due to the premature dismantling of a stand from the next event.