Alternative Options for Exhibitions

You can use vacant commercial premises on very flexible terms.​First you need to decide what you want to do….

  • size of space required (provide a range with minimum and maximum size)
  • facilities needed
  • the type of area it needs to be in
  • the duration of your pop up project  (eg a weekend for an evening event)

…..and then you need to locate a suitable space in a suitable place.

What you need:

  • an empty space
  • permission from the owner to use it – and then a licence or a short term lease
  • a budget for premises costs
  • working utilities and facilities which protect visitors/third parties from harm
  • insurance to cover your activities and third party liability
  • equipment to kit it out for a show
  • publicity to tell people about you and your show and where they can find you

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