New registration process for AGHA & Reed gift fairs
In a move that will streamline processes and ensure all information is up to date, AGHA Gift Fairs and Reed Gift Fairs have made changes to fair registration.
The gift fairs are trade-only exhibitions and the organisers want to ensure that only valid, qualified and credible buyers are attending these events. In addition, they want to ensure that they have your correct contact details so they can provide you with important information and supporting event tools to make your exhibition visit a productive one.
“As the peak industry body, we are continually looking for ways to support our members and to advance the gift and homewares industry,” says Australian Gift & Homewares Association (AGHA) CEO, Wayne Castle.
“The new and efficient AGHA Gift Fairs registration process not only ensures that only credible and qualified visitors are attending our important industry events, it will allow us to communicate easily with our visitors and ultimately, enhance their whole AGHA Gift Fairs experience.”
From January 2017 all gift fair visitors will be required to re-register each calendar year or update/confirm their details to keep their registration current.
Each November you will be sent an email prompting you to log in to your account and confirm and/or update your contact details. Once completed correctly this will re-register you for the following calendar year. Registration is valid for one calendar year only, no matter at what point of the year you register.
“The new two-step registration process has evolved with the technological advances of today; the online process is easy to use and smartphone friendly, allowing registered buyers to log in and access their account remotely, at any time,” Castle adds.
Like the previously used Gift Industry Card, the new Print@Home Badge will gain you access to both AGHA and Reed Gift fairs. For more information visit www.agha.com.au/hagf/changes-to-registration-start-2017/ or www.reedgiftfairs.com.au/Gift-Industry-Card-Changes/
By Marion Gerritsen