The Forum Exhibition Hub presents an exciting opportunity to engage with 1000 mission minded students. Join us in preparing them for their CU mission, their own walk and life beyond university.
The Hub is at the centre of the action, next to the main Arena. You’ll be there along with the Relay Café and the book shop, inspiring and cultivating mission centred conversation.The Hub will also have a new look this year, as we are combining with The Studio to create a bigger, more inviting social space for students to engage with.
Apply to exhibit - Applications for 2020 are not open.
We will provide…
- A 2m deep stand space with a width option of 2m or 3m
- Up to three passes for staff attending the week*, providing access to the site, all main meetings and seminars, and up to three designated camping pitches**
- A single 5-amp power supply
- Vouchers to go towards the price of any drink at the Relay Café.
*Passes are non-transferable between different staff during the week and there must never be more than two exhibitors on a stand at any time.
**Caravans incur a small additional cost.
You must keep within the stand space you have been allocated. Extra space for storage is not available. If any items are creating a health and safety risk we will ask that they be removed.
You will be expected to attend the full week, from the Tuesday morning setup until the Friday night packdown. We will not offer exceptions to this rule unfortunately.
You can view the full Terms and Conditions here.
Questions about passes and accommodation? Try our FAQ page.
Tables £10 each
Chairs £4 each
Additional 5-amp socket £30 each
See our general FAQs page for more information.
Wider engagement opportunities
There are many ways to get involved with the wider Forum experience. Social media plays a key role during the week and we encourage you to get involved with this. We also seek to involve exhibitors in areas such as the morning prayer meetings, training seminars and the After Hours sessions.
Got questions? Try our FAQ page.
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