BECOME A VENDOR
Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at the Create to Launch Conference. We look forward to receiving your application.
Please read the following for important information regarding the participation process for Create to Launch conferences.
If you have any questions, please call us at (951) 226-5305 or email@example.com for any specifics.
Please Fax application to (951)471-0798
CREATE TO LAUNCH VENDOR RULES AND REGULATIONS
There is a 30 day deadline to apply, however, space is strictly limited and will sell out quickly. To increase your chance for consideration, please submit your fully completed application as soon as possible. Upon acceptance by Create to Launch (CTL) the following rules shall become binding and a part of the contract between you the vendor, your employees/contacts and CTL.
Vendor space is provided during the entire day of the conference. Space is limited to a 6’ table and one chair. Vendor space is never guaranteed until payment is received. Payment is due upon CTL’s notification of application acceptance.
All booth sales are final. There are no refunds. Transfers are subject to the approval of S&H and must be discussed at least one week in advance of the event. In the event of cancellation of the conference, CTL shall be liable only for refund of vendor fees.
You must provide a one-sentence description of your product or service, which is used to help us determine space assignment. We also use that information in the materials that we’ll distribute to all attendees.
Electricity and Internet access are not included with your vendor table and must be purchased separately if needed. The venues assess significant costs, so if we recommend going without these things unless they’re truly required. In which case, we’ll send you the direct cost charged by the venue, which differs by location.
All materials must be displayed on your table. Additional floor and wall space may be provided and you must state that in your application. All contents must be in good character; nothing offensive or questionable is permitted. No candles or hazardous materials. No confetti or messy equipment or materials. No beverages or food may be served or distributed without prior approval from CTL. In fairness to other vendors, all vendors must remain within their own table space while distributing samples, materials, coupons and literature.
Set-up details will be provided one month prior to the event, including set-up times and specifications. You should assume you will have about one hour to complete your set-up, which is realistic given the limited space. Break-down/pack-out must be completed in a 45-minute window at the end of the conference. Booths are assigned to vendors at the sole discretion of CTL. Concerns regarding competitive or specific types of vendors should be communicated to CTL at the time of application for vendor table.
CTL reserves the right to make reasonable changes in these rules, exhibit hours and set-up/break-down arrangements. You agree to indemnify and hold CTL, its employees, officers and agents harmless by reason of any claim or liabilities imposed by law on account of property damage or bodily injuries, including death resulting there from, sustained or alleged to be sustained by any person or persons, whether they be members of the public visiting the show, employees of CTL or other vendors; occurring at or connected with the preparation or presentation of the show, resulting from the sole or contributory negligence of the vendor, his agents, employees or persons performing service for it, or resulting from any vendor, machinery or items displayed by vendor. CTL will not be responsible for any injury that may arise to you/vendors, their employees or the general public or for loss or damage to exhibits or vendors’ property by reason of fire, accident, theft or any other cause. If insurance is desired it must be obtained by the individual vendor. Vendor agrees to maintain such insurance necessary to fully protect CTL from any and all claims of any nature whatsoever, including claims under the Worker’s Compensation Act, and for personal injury, including death, which may arise in connection with the installation, operation or dismantling of the vendor’s display.