Looking at the exhibitor Spreadsheet I can see 9 possible requests for a 'large room' but I don't think it is clear on some of these whether the request is for a larger bedroom or one of the conference rooms. Does this need to be clarified?great post Richard, you are correct I can see 7 requests
I would reiterate for everyone else that there are no 'larger' bedrooms, the hotel has only 2 types of bedrooms;
- standard rooms are 20 sq.m - these are only allocated for sleeping / storage
- superior rooms (most of the rooms) are about 25 sq.m. - these are allocated by the team for exhibitors, can be made up as twin if requested (NOW)
Worth sending a group PM to all those where there is any doubt plus those who have expressed a clear preference for a large room to ensure that they still are looking to exhibit? - some are not frequent posters on here.have flagged this to the allocations team, but people keep asking for 'large' rooms which simply don't exist at Kegworth
Read the notes for Exhibitors, they can be found by clicking on the WAM 2020 banner at the top of this page and then click on the Exhibitors link at the top right hand corner.Any advise appreciated? Please can someone say when should I plan to arrive and what day/time are the systems expected to be up and running?
we had a real problem tracking you down as you put the wrong user name (Viper7) on the spreadsheet, will flag to the allocations teamAs only a one year member, I am catching up on the Kegworth protocol, so a little late to join the party on this thread.
Having fairly new 3.5KW 55kg each KiiBXT actives I too have listed for a larger exhibition room to help cope with the potential 115db peaks.
I was planning on a van rental to bring 3 large systems up from Oxfordshire. But maybe I should kerb my enthusiasm?
Any advise appreciated? Please can someone say when should I plan to arrive and what day/time are the systems expected to be up and running?
A twin bed room would help for Sat and Sun accommodation, as I am bringing a helper, if possible.
Apologies if this post is in the wrong place . . .