Booth registrations for Plugfest eXchange (PX) exhibitors must be procured by Monday, April 12, 2016 due to the implementation and integration processes (any extension of this date may be determined by Exhibits PoC and the Plugfest EFT/Framework Team).
A company wishing to exhibit as a non-PX exhibitor (non-participant in the Plugfest eXchange (PX) environment) must be registered and paid by May 10, 2016.
The Dewberry Hall (vendor showcase) and the Dewberry Lobby have limited booth space. All Booth placements in the Dewberry Hall are delegated to those PX participants on a first come, first paid basis. Participants wanting to exhibit as non-PX may have first come, first paid options in the Dewberry Lobby. The program agenda will be held in the Theatre/Cinema Auditorium.
All booth purchases are based on a flat fee structure and not on square footage. An outline of what is included for each exhibitor’s booth space purchase is shown on the “cost to exhibit” participation tab.
Registrations will not be taken over the phone; payment must be made at the time of registration. A credit card is the preferred payment method. Check payment will also be accepted per the terms of payment outlined. The PX participant’s cut-off date, April 12, 2016, is essential in order to receive the Plugfest eXchange (PX) Vendor Packet and begin the vendor implementation. After this date, there will be limited integration time provided by the Plugfest Team.
Additional confirmations and information will be requested by the Plugfest team. A request of an exhibiting company representative (Vendor PoC) and Technical PoC will need to confirm the following after booking exhibit space. Exhibit purchase details and a link to the DI2E Plugfest Onboarding Guide will be provided in the Booth Confirmation Email sent to the exhibiting Vendor PoC - note: the Technical PoC/team lead will need this information forwarded to them if they are not serving as the Vendor PoC as well.
IMPORTANT: Upon completion of the booth selection and payment, the Vendor PoC will need to provide their company Technical PoC (and team) further details on how to complete the technical accounts required by the Plugfest PX Team for the technical onboarding.
Plugfest Technical Onboarding process (see Onboarding Guide)
1. DI2E.net account (devtools),
2. Plugfest eXchange (PX) account (cloud environment access)
3. Also, found on the WIKI links, any IT information related to collecting VM and/or connectivity information.
The initial account DI2E.net account will require requested documentation to confirm the question(s) below:
1. Is your company incorporated in the U.S.?
2. Is your company incorporated in Canada? but you have U.S. Citizen employees?
3. Is your company incorporated in another country other than the U.S. or Canada?
Should there be any questions on booth or staff registrations, you may email AFEI Exhibit POC/Organizer, Tammy Kicker firstname.lastname@example.org or call (703) 247-9494.
All other technical information/ questions /requests, should be sent to email@example.com.