Connectivity Flow Chart


The Cross Association Technology Working Group have compiled a Connectivity Flow Chart, led by a venue sub-committee.

This Sub-Group was formed to look at evolving the connectivity section of the eGuide, around exhibitor connectivity prior to events. The aim is to create a simple way for exhibitors to understand what they need to order for an event. The best way to illustrate this was to create a process flow.

The idea of the flow is to guide exhibitors in the right direction, whilst keeping everything simple.

Connectivity remains on the Group's agenda mirroring the advances in processes and tech. 

This flow will be included in the release of the eGuide in 2019.


 Connectivity Flow Chart - vs2018






  • “Through the AEV, and the working groups in particular, members can share best practice and formulate consistent responses to emerging challenges”
    Andy Coulson – Head of Airshow Operations, Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre
  • "“Great essential for a successful venue. The AEV provides a platform to establish consistent best practice in this field"
    Phil Wetz – Retail & Catering Manager, ExCeL London
  • “The AEV provides collective representation for its member venues, turning individual commitment into a group effort"
    Paul Brough – Venue Health & Safety Manager, Olympia London
  • “The AEV provides vital conduits for knowledge transfer and awareness amongst its member venues”
    Murray Dickson – Head of Business Engagement, Group IT, The NEC
  • “The AEV is essential to the venue sector’s ability to cooperate and collaborate"
    Jazmin Beale – Head of Marketing & Communications, Olympia London
  • "AEV is a powerful voice behind the venues that hold incredible events that enable the meetings of millions of people - an integral part of the experience economy"
    Julia Galbraith – Marketing Manager – Exhibitions, ExCeL London