Why we are reviewing registrations

The Video Show is dedicated to meeting the needs of both professionals and enthusiasts within the video and imaging community. Therefore, it is essential for us to understand our visiting audience and have an accurate breakdown of attendees.

There must be clarity on whether visitors are enthusiast videographers / filmmakers or members of the trade in order to fulfil our visitor attendance audit, as well as tailoring show content to the specific needs of professionals and enthusiasts.

Professional Videographers / Content Creators

For the purpose of The Video Show a Professional Photographer is classed as someone who currently makes their living from operating as a professional videographer or content creator as a primary income. 

Each trade registrant will be reviewed by a dedicated registration manager for at least two of the following criteria:

  • Website
  • Professional Indemnity / Public Liability certificates
  • Company certificate

We will also take into account any social media pages or blogs that you own. Once the above criteria are satisfied your registration will be confirmed. If you are unable to satisfy the criteria you will be asked to purchase a standard ticket.

Other Video Industry Professionals & Press

For the purpose of The Video Show a Trade Visitor is anyone who is currently working directly within the photography industry. This could be a professional from a retailer, agency, studio owner, small business owner, teacher etc. or member of the press.

Each trade registrant will be reviewed by a dedicated registration manager for at least one of the following criteria:

  • Company name
  • Job title
  • Company website
  • Publication (press only)

Once the above criteria are satisfied your registration will be confirmed. If you are unable to satisfy the criteria you will be asked to purchase a standard ticket.

If you have any queries regarding The Video Show registration process please contact us at: thevideoshow@futurenet.com