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Potatoes in Practice 2018 exhibitor booking form

Please complete this booking form to request an exhibitor space at Potatoes in Practice 2018. Fields marked * are mandatory. Hold the CTRL key to select multiple options from the drop-down lists. Deadlines for submitting exhibitor booking forms are:

  • 1 March 2018 for field demonstration plots, field marquee spaces and moving machinery
  • 15 March 2018 for delivery of seed
  • 26 April 2018 for main marquee and outside spaces
  • 24 May 2018 for Event Guide information

Note: After successfully submitting your form you will receive an email confirmation. If you do not receive this confirmation email your form has not been submitted so please check the details and re-submit the form.

Correspondence contact details

 

Please provide details to be used for the primary contact to deal with enquiries in the run up to the event.

Please give the company name.

Please enter contact name and job title.

Postal correspondence address line 1.

Postal correspondence address line 2.

Postal correspondence address line 3.

Postal correspondence address town.

Postal correspondence address postcode.

Postal correspondence address country.

Please enter the correspondence contact telephone number.

Please enter correspondence contact mobile telephone number.

Please provide an email for correspondence.

Please enter your purchase order number if applicable.

Please enter an invoice address (including postcode) if different from above.

Exhibit space required

 

Please select which type of exhibit space/s you require. Please note additional options for 2018 (Full Harvest plots and Premium marquee spaces).

See Exhibitor Guidance Notes for details.

Please select the exhibit space/s required. Press and hold CTRL to choose more than one option.

 

Please select if you would like additional advertising. Press and hold CTRL to select multiple options.

Final artwork for a full page advert in the Guide to be sent to events@hutton.ac.uk before the deadline of 24 May 2018.

Contact details for Event Guide entry

 

Please provide details for the primary contact to be used in the Potatoes in Practice Event Guide and online.

Company name.

Please enter contact name for the event as to appear in the programme.

Please enter job title as to appear in the programme.

Contact address line 1 as to appear in the programme.

Contact address line 2 as to appear in the programme.

Contact address line 3 as to appear in the programme.

Contact address town as to appear in the programme.

Contact address postcode as to appear in the programme.

Contact address country as to appear in the programme.

Please enter the contact email as to appear in the programme.

Please enter the contact telephone number as to appear in the programme.

Please enter contact mobile telephone number as to appear in programme.

Please provide an abstract of your exhibit for the Potatoes in Practice Event Guide.

Field Plots and Moving Machinery Demos: Maximum 200 words. Marquee Stand or Outside Space: Maximum 100 Words. 

DEADLINE 24 May 2018: All abstracts to be proofed and print-ready. If necessary enter 'abstract to follow' above and email abstract to events@hutton.ac.uk before the deadline.

Abstracts must be received before the deadline or your details will not be included in the printed event guide.
 

Please enter your name and job title to confirm you are authorised to book this exhibition space.

Your contact details will be held on our database and used to provide you with information on relevant events and opportunities. If you do not wish your data to be stored please select above.

Note: After successfully submitting your form you will receive an email confirmation. If you do not receive this confirmation email your form has not been submitted so please check the details and re-submit the form.

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