Exhibiting Companies who have an EAC (Exhibiting Appointed Contractor)
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All exhibiting companies who are doing a build out is required to send the below to us;
Exhibitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) Form: An exhibitor appointed contractor is an outside contractor hired by the exhibitor for any services used other than the in-house general contractor that Money20/20 uses (GES).
Download Form: EAC Form
If you use GES exclusively for all services related to the installation and dismantle of your booth, the EAC form is not required. If your company plans to utilize the services of any independent contractors other than GES, the EAC form must be completed and signed by a representative of the exhibiting company. For the safety and security of the show, please be sure to submit EAC forms for all vendors associated with your booth to ensure that your EAC will have access to the show floor for move-in and move-out with no issues. If you do not submit your EAC form, this may cause delays in your booth set up. All EAC forms must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 27, 2019.
Exhibitor Appointed Contractor Insurance (EAC COI): An exhibitor appointed contractor is responsible to provide adequate insurance to be onsite for the build days. Please ask your contractor to send evidence of satisfactory insurance arrangements to InEvexco Ltd Ascential@inevexco.co.uk for approval.
IMPORTANT: Please note that any EAC COI received without an EAC Form will not be processed and accepted. Please ensure to send EAC form to us before your contractor sends their EAC to InEvexco.
Important things to note for EACs
- EACs will be required to pick up their wristbands onsite at the Money20/20 exhibitor check-in desk located at the entrance to the exhibit hall (Level 2, Sands Expo Center) to gain access to the exhibit hall. EACs must present photo ID.
- EACs will only be allowed access to the exhibit hall during exhibitor move-in and move-out dates/times. If an EAC needs access to an exhibitor’s space at any other time, the exhibitor will need to register the EAC for a Money20/20 event badge.
- Exhibitors and EACs must abide by all show rules and regulations and maintain appropriate insurance coverage as outlined above, in the Exhibitor Rules & Regulations and the Exhibitor Kit.
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