Exhibition Girls Limited Staffing Agency are a specialist exhibition staffing agency for exhibitors across the United Kingdom and Europe. We understand the tradeshow industry and work across the exhibition industry to provide efficient temporary staff. Our efficient and local staffing service helps companies who require extra assistance with hospitality, sales and marketing. We have over ten years in the industry, we love exhibitions and provide the best staff to gain maximum return from their shows. We have worked on the stands ourselves meaning we understand how exhibitions work and what clients need to gain from the show. We know what works and the type of exhibition staff companies and clients require to fit into their companies. We listen to our clients and make sure all our staff are tailor fit to requirements. We hand match all our staff according to personality, experience and languages. Our company strives for perfect feedback, happy customers and great exhibition experiences. We have excellent feedback on our service and staff and are well known across the industry for our excellent staffing services. Exhibition Girls Limited work with the worlds leading venues including ExCeL London, Olympia London, the nec Birmingham and Manchester Central. We also cover local European venues with local staff across Germany, France, Netherlands and Italy.
Exhibition Girls Limited are an ESSA Member – Event Supplier and Services Association (ESSA) the trade association in the United Kingdom which represents contractors and suppliers of goods and services to the event and exhibition industry. We promote regulation, best practice and service across the event and exhibition industry. Exhibition Girls Limited are a legal staffing agency and fully HMRC compliant making sure we are covered by all employment laws for employing temporary business workers.
The supply chain risk environment is dynamic and continually evolving. Risks are increasingly being highlighted in companies’ publicly-filed financial statements and as supply chains become more strategic, disruptions are turning into c-suite issues.
Each year brings new challenges for companies, with different threats, unexpected events and unpredictable consequences because of the increased interconnectivity of the world we live in.
This year, we’re seeing heightened political tensions drive further issues within supply chains, in addition to climate change, product recall risk and the impact of the blow of the double-edged sword that is technology.
There is a growing awareness of the importance of supply chain risk and the need for it to be properly identified, managed and – when and where possible – transferred in a structured and professional manner. But as our world becomes ever more interconnected this is a work in progress that needs to be stepped up.