You wish to organise a trade fair, either for the general public or for professionals ?
The Deauville Congress Centre welcomes you to 7000 m² of adjustible exhibition halls. The Congress Centre, situated in Normandy, has dedicated the whole of its lower floor area to large scale trade fairs and is able to welcome up to 7000 delegates at any one time. Find out why The Deauville Congress Centre would be the perfect location for your next event.
The four exhibition halls are entirely carpeted. Welcome your clients under the very best conditions, for an exceptional event.
Make logistics easier for your clients. The exhibition halls have access via the loading dock : transport lorries are able to arrive directly from Boulevard Cornuché to the heart of the Congress Centre.
The Congress Centre team are there to accompany you at every stage of your project : General layout, editing of passes, recruiting hosts and hostesses, management of exhibitors, catering...we have a solution to make sure that every step of your event is a success.
Easy parking for your visitors with 1,200 spaces in the immediate vicinity, including the possibility to privatise a car park for 88 cars.
A communications strategy to ensure the best possible visibility for your trade show. The marketing team at The Deauville Congress Centre will be able to manage your public relations or even fully implement a marketing strategy, including media relations, advertising, digital communications……
Do you have an innovative concept for your trade show or exhibition ?
Your project is creative and inspiring : We will accompany you through every step and ensure that your project sees the light of day ! Why not come to Deauville to tell us about your ideas ?
We produce both public and professional events : The American Film Festival, The Franco-Asian Economic Meetings, The « Gourmet-Gourmand » fair….we will be the driving force behind your project.
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