Exhibition Girls Staffing Agency at IBC Amsterdam 2017

Exhibition Girls Limited Staffing Agency are looking forward to the upcoming tradeshow IBC 2017 at the Amsterdam RAI. IBC is the world’s leading media, entertainment and technology show. In 2016 the event had a record attendance, attracting more than 55,000 attendees from 170 countries around the world. With more than 1,700 of the world’s key technology suppliers and showcasing a debate-leading conference. We will be working with our media technology clients to provide exceptional fluent English and Dutch speaking hostesses and promotion staff at the show. Amsterdam is a key location for business and networking and a great central meeting point for industries. The city is bustling with great spaces for entertainment, socialising and entertaining clients.

Exhibition Girls Limited support businesses exhibiting at the show with local, professional exhibition staff and promotion staff who are situated locally to the RAI. Using local exhibition staff enables businesses to extend their show team cost effectively. Using experienced and professional reception and hospitality staff creates a professional and comfortable environment for existing and prospective clients. Our multi-lingual staff will also act as interpreters and translators for new customers.  Our staff can also be utilised for data capture and social media interaction which is key at tradeshows. Many attendees search social media for show hashtags – creating photo opportunities on a booth with promotion staff encouraging interaction is great for creating hype at the booth. Many of our promotion staff also have technology experience. They can demonstrate platforms, apps and new product launches to visitors to the booth. Having a busy booth with happy, interested staff who are welcoming new visitors is a cost effective means of ensuring your business project a friendly and professional impression at a tradeshow.

Contact us for information on booking exhibition staff and promotion staff

Promotional Staff at IBC Amsterdam at the RAI-min