World's largest Flood Event Reveals Marshalls Have Signed-Up for Gold Sponsorship
Marshalls has announced that the company will team-up with the leading flood exhibition & conference on the planet when the Flood Expo moves to the NEC in Birmingham on 12th and 13th September.
The firm joins a growing roster of leading organisations that are choosing to join forces with the Flood Expo. And it's the prestigious Gold Sponsorship - the top sponsorship package available - that will help them make their mark on Europe’s leading show for the flood sector.
Marshalls’ water management range provides everything needed to eliminate surface water, leaving landscapes safe and clean. Their suite of complementary drainage products will solve water problems at every scale; from light domestic-use to heavy industrial options.
With 3,000 world-renowned flood professionals, 200 leading exhibitors and 100 inspiring speakers in attendance; the Gold Sponsorship Package allows Marshalls to market their innovative drainage products to the highest-quality industry audience imaginable.
While the Gold Sponsorship Package can include branding on the show’s homepage; a premium exhibition space; branding on the floor plan across the show; keynote speaking slots and bespoke social media graphics and banners, every package is tailormade to ensure it meets the individual needs and goals of the sponsor.
This means that no two sponsors receive the same service; with time and effort taken to ensure that the package produces the best results for each company.
Event director of the Flood Expo, Ines Goncalves, said: “We’re delighted that Marshalls have chosen to sign-up for our coveted Gold Sponsorship Package. They’re a big player in the sector and the event will give them some great exposure.”
If you're interested in any of the show’s sponsorship packages - with silver and one bronze packages still available - contact Ines Goncalves on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 929 6099.
For your free ticket and to find out more about the show, visit the Flood Expo website.