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For New Exhibitors

Thank you for choosing to exhibit at and support this year's BookExpo America (BEA). In order to make your experience the best it can be, please refer to the information and tools below to plan and prepare for the Show.

Customer Success Specialist

Stacey DiMaggio is your dedicated Customer Success Specialist and you should feel free to call her with any questions at any time during the show cycle. Her contact information is Stacey DiMaggio or 203-840-5361. In addition to Stacey, you have a team of people at BEA who are here to help. Visit the Contact Us page for more information.

Check out our Quick Facts Sheet for important information

Top 7 BEA Exhibitor To Dos

1. Update Your My Show Exhibitor Listing

You can log into your My BEA Show Planner Exhibitor Dashboard to update your company listing that appears in the online and printed show directory as well as BEA Mobile. This is how customers will identify you pre-show, on-site, and post-show. You can also submit your titles to books@bea, submit Show Specials, upload press releases, and connect with leads through your Exhibitor Dashboard.

Need help getting started? Check out our Step-by-Step Guide.

2. Online Exhibitor Manual- Exhibitor Manual for 2016 is coming soon

To make your participation in BEA 2015 go smoothly, we have prepared an Online Exhibitor Manual with all the information and services available to you at the event. Access the manual for important vendor deadlines and forms so you can stay ahead of the game as you prepare for the show.

3. Exhibitor Badges

Each individual from your company attending BEA is required to have a BEA Exhibitor Badge to access the exhibit floor. Each exhibiting company will receive an allotment of badges based on booth size. View the 2015 badge allotment information. You can register for your exhibitor badges by logging into your Exhibitor Dashboard.

You will receive an email confirmation with a barcode in it once you register for your badges. Please bring this barcode with you to Exhibitor Registration once you get to the Javits to collect your badge.

Booth Personnel:

  • Exhibitor Only—Authors Badges Access to show floor
  • Exhibitor Author—Authors Badge Access to Show Floor
  • Exhibitor Conference—Access to the show floor and all BEA Content & Digital Conference Sessions (does NOT include access to IDPF Digital Book Conference, BEA Bloggers Conference)
  • Rights Center Tables—1 Table (1 Badge), 2 Tables (4 Badges)—If you need to order additional badges, please register as an attendee when online registration is live.

4. Exhibitor Videos

Looking for information on how to plan your time at BEA?

Our parent company, Reed Exhibitions, put together this video series to help you prepare properly, and to help you get the most from your investment. Each video covers a different aspect of the exhibiting experience—from pre-show planning, the at-show experience, and even tips for good follow-up after the event is over. You can select the video that’s right for you, wherever you are in your planning.

Exhibitions Made Easy

5. Improve your ROI with Promotional Opportunities

Visit our Online Media Kit for pre-show, at-show, and post-show marketing and sponsorship opportunities that will help drive more traffic to your booth.

6. Book your Hotel/Travel—super low rates!

We’re happy to offer LOWER hotel rates than ever before!

Hotel – book your hotel through the Official BEA Travel Desk for the lowest rates. 2016 information coming soon.

Transportation – the Official BEA Travel Desk also offers discounts on flights and car rentals.  2016 information coming soon.

7. Enjoy Chicago!

There's plenty of time to get out of McCormick Place and experience all that Chicago has to offer—world-class dining, shopping, one-of-a-kind shows, entertainment, and more.

NY Dining
Chicago Dining—Be a foodie and view all that Chicago has to offer via nycgo's dining section.
NY Nightlife
Chicago Nightlife—Check out some of the city's nighttime hot spots.
NY Theaters
Chicago Theaters—Experience the magic of a show.
Shopping
Shopping— the perfect place to shop till you drop. Head to a museum gift shop and bring home a signature piece of culture or browse designer stores along.
Sightseeing
Sightseeing—Visit most famous landmarks or check out a new neighborhood. Make sure to bring your spouse and children and take advantage of all the family-friendly sights and activities.


Exhibitor Insurance

General Liability Insurance is a great program for:

  1. Smaller exhibitors who do not have insurance
  2. Larger exhibitors who do not want to use their own insurance
  3. Foreign exhibitors whose insurance will not pay a claim that is brought in a US court.

Exhibitor Event Cancellation Insurance is also available, which protects exhibitors against loss of incurred expenses (hotel rooms, airfare etc.)

View more information.

Top Buyer Program

Top Buyer Program

Drives Qualified Attendees That You Want to See

BEA continues to enhance the BEA VIP Program with aggressive focus on special markets buyers, booksellers, and key Librarians. This program was created to help increase exhibitor return on investment. BEA recognizes the value of these key audience segments and is dedicated to working closely with our exhibitors to help drive attendance from these markets. View the Top Buyers who have registered to attend BEA 2015.

For more information about this program, contact Lisa Montanaro at lmontanaro@reedexpo.com.

Exhibitor Alerts!

BEWARE of the Fair Guide
Reed Exhibitions and BookExpo America (BEA) do NOT support the Fair Guide—it is NOT affiliated with Reed Exhibitions or BEA. Please be aware that you may receive solicitations for the Fair Guide from Construct Data, its publisher, which use the name of BookExpo America (BEA)—do not be fooled. Construct Data currently operates out of Slovakia (it has previously operated out of Austria and Germany).

BEWARE of the Expo-Guide
Reed Exhibitions and BookExpo America (BEA) also do NOT support the Expo-Guide—it is NOT affiliated with Reed Exhibitions or BEA. Please be aware that you may receive solicitations for the Expo-Guide from Commercial Online Manuals, its publisher, which use the name of BookExpo America (BEA)—again, do not be fooled. The Expo-Guide currently operates out of Mexico.

For further warnings on the Fair Guide and the Expo-Guide, please check out www.stopecg.org (the Web site was set up originally to deal with the European City Guides, but it now addresses the Fair Guide and Expo-Guide as well as several other similar matters).

And please remember—the only directories and guides affiliated with Reed Exhibitions are those published by Reed Exhibitions, including the official show directories. If you have any doubts about a directory/guide solicitation using the BookExpo America (BEA) name (for example, if the solicitation requires payment made to an address in a foreign country), please contact a BEA salesperson ASAP.

BEWARE OF TRAVEL SCAMS

BookExpo America (BEA), in partnership with onPeak, are committed to providing you with the best travel deals around. onPeak is the official travel provider for BEA.

Don't be fooled by offers from other parties using the BookExpo America (BEA) name—they are NOT affiliated with Reed Exhibitions or BookExpo America (BEA). At the very least, prior to booking with a party other than onPeak, please check the prospective vendor's rating at www.bbb.org. Remember, if the offer seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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