CAMBODIA LAB 2018, 5 – 7 September 2018, Diamond Island Convention & Exhibition Center, PHNOM PENH

PARTICIPATION FEE

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USD 280 per sqm (Minimum 18sqm) Ideal for Exhibitors who wish to build their own concepts .

USD 2,880/booth 9sqm (Corner charge 5%)

Rear and dividing wall partition of 2.5m height in white laminated panel

Fascia board with company name and booth number

Needle punch carpet

1 x Information counter

2 x Folding chair

1 x Waste basket

1 x 13apm/220V single phase power point

2 x 40W Fluorescent tube

Daily cleaning

Wifi connection

Seminar: USD 1,000/slot 45mins

Package: USD 3,300/1 Booth 9sqm & 1 Seminar slot

Free listing on show preview and show directory

Free market visit tour

Free seminar attendance

Free entry badge and opening ceremony invitation

Inside front cover: USD 1000

Outside back cover: USD 1000

Inside back cover: USD 1000

Inside full page: USD 800

* Note: Size of Advertising page: 145 mm (W) x 205 mm (H)

 

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