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Companies wishing to book stand space at METS 2013 should reserve space by 1st March 2013 in order to qualify for the early bird discount and save up to 15%.
“Exhibitor bookings are up 20% compared to the same time last year,” confirms METS Domain Manager, Irene Dros. “We really urge companies to book space as early as possible as after March 1st, we start final allocation of stands and last year’s stand may no longer be available.”
Interested parties can check out the application procedure on including stand packages. Package deals are available including catering and deluxe furniture.
RAI Hotel & Travel Services can assist with hotel reservations. After the successful introduction last year, METS headquarter hotels have again been selected to facilitate business after show hours.
METS will be held 19-20-21 November 2013 in Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre, the Netherlands.

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