SOLEX launches new appointment booking system

by | Jun 7, 2022 | Promotions | 0 comments

The Summer Outdoor Living Exhibition (SOLEX) has announced a new online appointment booking system for the show, which is taking place from 12-14 July at the NEC, Birmingham.

The system allows visitors to book a meeting prior to, or during SOLEX, with the exhibitor of their choice. This will enable visitors to schedule in meetings and organise their time more efficiently whilst visiting the show. 

How does it work?

  • All exhibitors can be found on the SOLEX floor plan, via the SOLEX website
  • A simple click on the booking bar via the exhibitor’s page takes you straight to the Online Appointment Booking System allowing the scheduling of appointments during the show
  • An email confirmation will be sent to the visitor and the exhibitor confirming appointment details. Each time slot is 30 minutes, which means an appointment can be scheduled from 30 up to 90 minutes. 

“We are always looking for ways to help our SOLEX visitors and exhibitors. Knowing how precious everyone’s time is, and how busy we all are, we hope this new booking system helps everyone to manage their diaries more effectively over the three days of the SOLEX exhibition,” says Gina Hinde, SOLEX director.

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