Connect with more than 500 international professionals and enthusiasts from up to 50 countries for this week-long celebration of the harp.
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The Exhibition will be held at the host venue of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and located in the same building as the Dora Stoutzker Concert Hall and the Richard Burton Theatre, two of the main venues for most daytime Congress events. Hundreds of delegates will visit the Exhibition daily, and there will be open entry to visitors who only wish to visit the Exhibition.
Throughout the week a full trade exhibition will be offered to all delegates and visitors. This offers a unique opportunity to suppliers to the harp and music industries to market their products and services to this highly valuable audience. Located at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama - the host venue for all day time activity, it'll be open from 9am - 6pm each day.
WHO CAN EXHIBIT
Those representing relevant professional businesses and organisations
Those from industries and businesses that are peripheral and/or complementing the professional fields.
HOW TO APPLY
Limited exhibition space will be available and will be awarded on a first come first served basis. Please see the key dates panel and sign up for alerts above. Please email email@example.com to apply.
Exhibitors can take full advantage of exclusive congress offers on accommodation and travel to and from Cardiff and the UK for the event.
All bookings of Exhibition space made for WHC2020 have been transferred to WHC2022 at no additional cost.
In addition any bookings made before 1st July 2021 will also receive a FREE webpage to exhibit at the 'Online from Wales' event taking place at www.whc2021.wales for all delegates between 19 - 23 July 2021.