Booth Space Selection FAQs

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Space Selection FAQS

The application for priority space selection is now closed. Exhibitors who completed an application will receive an appointment to select their booth at a specific time, with the time stamp on the application determining space selection appointment time. 2022 exhibitors that did not submit an application may select a booth beginning 31 October 2022. General space selection will open on 15 November 2022 for new companies.

No, the 2022 conference will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. This convention center has a different layout than New Orleans and the floorplan will be completely different. All companies must select a new booth.

The floorplan is live and updated as booths are selected. Click here to view it.

A complete list of exhibitors who were registered for 2022 (before cancellation) can be found here.

The most frequently asked question when selecting a booth is where the main entrance is. None of the entrances would be considered "main" entrances as it will depend on where exhibitors/attendees are coming from or going to. The transportation area, where all shuttles, taxis, and ride shares drop off will be on the left side of the floorplan (Hall D) and there are 4 entrances across the front of the Exhibit Hall. More information is available on the floorplan.

Companies that choose their booth online will receive confirmation and invoice emails within 48 hours. Companies that reserved a booth over the phone or via proxy will receive contract email and have 48 hours to complete the contract. Once the contract is signed, they will receive confirmation and invoice email within 48 hours.

NOTE - Online booth selections are not reserved for your company until AFTER you click SUBMIT button as part of the contract. Then you will see a confirmation page saying the booth has been reserved.

The booth contract is digital, and you will sign it when you submit your online booth reservation.

Exhibitors may create 10×20 or longer booths by selecting multiple booths when picking a booth. However, Exhibitors may only merge linear booths that are next to each other to create larger booths (10×20, 10×30, etc.). Exhibitors may NOT create “end-cap” booths as this is against show policies. An end-cap booth is defined as a linear 10’ x 20’ booth spanning two different aisles. If an exhibitor attempts to reserve an end-cap booth, the booth will not be confirmed, and the exhibitor must move to an allowable space that is available at that time. Examples of approved vs not approved:

There are some featured sections on the show floor that are sure to draw extra crowds. Look for these areas and if any match your marketing goals, select a booth nearby.

  • Smart Cities Stage: Dedicated pavilion on the exhibit floor will feature a variety of presentations and case study exhibits showcasing effective collaboration necessary to make smarter cities a reality.
  • Session Stages: Two stages to share industry knowledge and showcase latest trends. More info to come.



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