• Invite potential and past clients to visit your stand. Personal invitations and advertising promotions all work in getting visitors to your stand
  • Issue press releases announcing new products and services and special show promotions
  • Announce the fact that your company will be at the show in all advertising you place
  • REMEMBER: all printed material must give location, stand number, dates and times of the Expo
  • Offer price discounts or value-added promotions
  • Immediately following the show, contact all prospects/ customers who visited your stand


We encourage all our exhibitors to utilise the marketing potential of social media when promoting your brand at Cape Town HOMEMAKERS Expo. Follow these helpful tips to get the most out of the Expo.

  • Follow HOMEMAKERS Expo's social channels and share, retweet and re-gram our posts. They always include valuable information about the show coupled with engaging images
  • Post images of your products on your channels. Photos have shown to be the most popular type of social media content for engagement, getting the most shares on Facebook
  • Experiment with video content, such as how-to videos, behind-the-scenes or maybe even staff interviews
  • Join business and industry related groups in your city and share your posts in those groups
  • Remember to post testimonials and customer feedback on your social channels

Please remember to tag the official pages for the HOMEMAKERS Expo. If you tag the wrong pages, your readers will not find the details to the Expo easily, including the directory listing page where your brand will be listed shortly.

Here are our official links, handles and hashtags:


  • Exhibitors may not hand out marketing material from any area other than their stands. Marketing material being distributed from areas other than their stands will be confiscated, especially from companies not exhibiting at the Expo
  • Exhibitors may not solicit clients in the aisles
  • Exhibitors are to conduct themselves in a professional manner so as to maintain an amiable relationship with their neighbouring exhibitors
  • Banners may not be hung from the roof or the walls of the venue
  • The Organiser should be informed immediately if exhibitors are harassed by third parties soliciting business
  • At the Organiser’s discretion, alterations to stands or removal of items from stands may be necessary in the interest of the show as a whole
  • If demonstrations cause obstructions within the aisles and/ or are a nuisance to neighbouring stands, the Organisers reserve the right to take appropriate action