It is true that whether you sell industrial power plants or sticky puddings, the better you know your customer - and the better your customer knows you - the more likely you are to make that first sale and the increasingly profitable sales that follow. Exhibitions are more about relationship-building than selling a product. They are the most explicit form of direct marketing.

When it comes to the total quantity of a marketing interaction, nothing holds the candle to exhibitions. Exhibitions have a number of advantages over other media. They are powerful tools for:

  • Bringing your customers and most active prospects to you
  • Meeting pre-qualifies prospects
  • Allowing you to meet your market face-to-face
  • Allowing you to demonstrate products, answer questions and overcome objections
  • Using all five senses to communicate a message
  • Representing the marketplace in one place and time, bringing together suppliers, buyers, purchase influencers, consultants and media.
  • Exhibitions also produce tangible results, making it easy to measure the medium's return on investment

Each exhibition stand consists of the following:

  • 3m x 2m Space
  • Shell sheme (2.5m high)
  • Fascia board with company name (logo would be an additional cost)
  • Table and table cloth
  • 2 x Chairs
  • Carpeting
  • Power supply (standard power supply - heavy power users are advised to order a dedicated DB board)
  • 2 x Spotlights
  • 2 x Complimentary Exhibitor passes


  • Exhibition Space – R30 000
  • Display Stand – R20 000

Display tables are available for small companies and non-profit organisations. Each display unit consists of:

  • 2m x 2m space
  • 2m walling on the back of your stand
  • Table and table cloth
  • 2 x Chairs
  • Carpeting
  • Power supply
  • 1 x Complimentary exhibitor pass

COST PER DISPLAY TABLE: To be confirmed 1 June 2019



We know that we live in extraordinary times that requires an effective strategy to deal with COVID-19.

This has an impact on IPNC 2020 that was scheduled to take place from 6 to 11 September 2020 at Spier Hotel & Conference venue, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

The health and safety of all participants and partners is our highest priority, and in response, IPNC2020 organisers and Scientific Advisory Panel have taken the decision to postpone the event by one year. The new dates are 19 t0 24 September 2021.

If you have already registered, you don’t need to do anything as we will move your registration to the new dates.

We are all in this together!