Useful Information

How to access the trade show ?

Paris Nord Villepinte

Paris Nord Villepinte is ideally situated close to Charles de Gaulle international airport and its TGV (high speed train) station, thus connecting with the main European capitals without necessarily passing through Paris city centre.

By car

From Paris : take the A1 or A3 motorways, then the A104 slip road – direction Soissons. Follow signs for “Parc des Expositions” (in the event of congestion on the A1, take the Le Bourget exit and reach the Parc via the N2, N370 and CD40 roads).
From Orly, A6 and Paris Bercy : use the A4, then the A86 and A3 motorways (if the A6 junction is congested, continue up to the A104), and take the Parc des Expositions exit.
From Paris-CDG Airport and Lille : take the A1 then the A104 motorways, and take the Parc des Expositions exit

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By public transport

To access the Exhibition Centre : take the RER line B, direction « Aéroport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle ». Get off at the « Parc des Expositions » station.

Warning : The RER line B train stops at Gare du Nord. You need to change and get to the National Lines area – line H, direction « Aéroport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle ».

Other alternatives:

  • Bus 38 from Gare du Nord (exit rue Faubourg Saint-Denis) until Porte de la Chapelle, then take the bus 350 direction Roissy Pôle and get off at the “Parc des expositions” station.
  • Roissy Bus from Opéra (at the corner between rue Scribe and rue Auber, facing the Opéra)direction “Aéroport Charles de Gaulle T1” (get off at the first stop: Terminal 1), then bus 350 until “Parc des Expositions”.

From Paris-CDG Airport : Go to the TGV/RER station situated in the CDG2 terminal (between terminals CD and EF), then take the RER – direction Paris, and get off at the “Parc des Expositions” station

From Paris-Orly Airport : take the Orlyval (automatic, light metro), change at Antony and take the RER line B – direction Aéroport Charles de Gaulle airport. Get off at the “Parc des Expositions” station.

Warning : a special ticket is required to travel on the RER outside Paris. Its price is calculated according to your itinerary. Tickets are sold in all stations, ticket offices or ATMs.

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What are the assembly and dismantling dates and hours?

All the information about set-up and dismantling will be available soon.

Where can I park near the exhibition hall? Is parking included in my package?

Several car parks are located near Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center. Parking is not included in your package, we invite you to book your parking space directly with the exhibitor service via you exhibitor area.

Exhibitor access: via the A104 motorway, exit no. 2

from 0 to 6h: 0,80 € / 15 min
from the 7th to the 24th hour: 20€
every extra 24h: 20€
Lost ticket: 20€

Will I find food suitable for any diet?

Several catering services will be available at the show, with an offer adapted to specific diets (vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, lactose-free, etc.).

You can also order your meal trays in advance with our partner Horesto via your exhibitor area, indicating your specific diet.


What are the exhibiting fees on Natexpo 2023?

We would invite you to fill in this form in order to receive your registration kit. The sales team will get back to you with every information you may need about exhibiting at Natexpo.

What’s the deadline to register as an exhibitor?

There is no deadline per se, but the sooner the better.

This will allow you to benefit from the full communication plan, to be positioned in an optimal location (the booths are allocated in order of arrival of files), to prepare and communicate about your presence.

Can I pay in instalments?

A 50% deposit has to be enclosed with the admission form. The balance should be payed within 15 days after the date of balance invoice, as soon as your stand is confirmed. Any registration occurring after 31st July 2023 must include the total owing.

Can I choose my booth location?

The exhibition organizer remains the decision-maker on stands layout and operates according to the following process:

◗ Priority is given to the regional pavilions and international pavilions occupying several islands

◗ Implementation work is then taken into account : the date of receipt of the complete file including payment, the technical prerogatives related to the stand, the sectorization and the competition issues. Wishes to set up, proximity or distance from other companies are possible, with the organizer doing his best to take them by consideration but cannot commit to them. Think however to notify them. We do not set a limit on the number of exhibitors per type of product, so after a certain amount of progress in implementation we cannot guarantee keeping your competitors in the living room away from you. For any location that does not bring satisfaction to the exhibitor, the organizer will propose, as far as possible, 2 other choices maximum.

Are there any collective or regional pavilions?

The regions are setting up collective pavilions. This allows you to benefit from a larger visibility, but also to be accompanied throughout your preparation of the show. We can provide you, upon request, with the contact details of the structure in charge of organizing the pavilion in your region.

Can I share a booth with other exhibitors?

It is quite possible to share your booth with one or more companies. Each co-exhibitor must return to the show organizer a co-exhibitor registration file with certificates and product information. This will validate the co-exhibitor’s commitment to the show and his compliance with Natexpo’s internal regulations. A registration for each co-exhibitor must be paid by the main exhibitor or the co-exhibitors.

Badges and access

I am unable to print out my badge. What should I do ?

You’ll be able to print out your badge at the welcome desk of the trade show or at the organiser’s office during the set up.

How do I get an exhibitor badge?

You can order your exhibitor badges via your exhibitor space, on the “Badges” section. 

They will be sent to you via email 10 days prior to the show, if you have paid 100% of your participation at Natexpo.

Please download and print them off.

How many badges will I receive?

The number of badges allotted is calculated according to the stand size as described below:

  • Villages (Organic Incubator / Big Splash / Cosmetics Innovation / Wines / Lab / Epure) – 2 badges
  • Co-exhibitor collective space – 3 badges
  • 9 sq. m to 14 sq. m stands – 4 badges
  • 15 sq. m to 24 sq. m stands – 5 badges
  • 25 sq. m to 34 sq. m stands – 6 badges
  • 35 sq. m to 44 sq. m stands – 7 badges
  • 45 sq. m to 54 sq. m stands – 8 badges
  • 55 sq. m to 64 sq. m stands – 9 badges
  • 65 sq. m to 74sq. m stands – 10 badges
  • 75 sq. m to 84 sq. m stands – 11 badges
  • 85 sq. m to 94 sq. m stands – 12 badges
  • Above 95 sq. m – 13 badges


Communication and additional services 

How can I order additional services for my stand?

You can order furniture, electricity, water, slings, parking space and additional services (catering, translator, hostesses, badge readers, stand security, etc…) directly on the “Facilities” section in your exhibitor area.

When will I receive the invitations for my clients?

You will have access to the e-invitation service directly in your exhibitors area, as soon as the platform will be launched, in March 2023.

We no longer provide paper invitations, as part of our ecological approach.

How can I sponsor a part of the show ?

You can sponsor a specific space of the show by contacting our partner J2C Communication, directly via your exhibitor area.

You will also find the Communication Tools official catalogue on the “Communication” sector in your exhibitor area.

Is wifi included in my registration?

The information about internet connexion will be available in the technical guide, on your exhibitor area.

What additional services can I order?

From your exhibitors area, you will find the contact information to order the following services :

  • Electricity, water, phone, internet, parking space
  • Partition, carpet, storage cupboard
  • Lighting and lighting truss
  • Furniture
  • Hostesses
  • Catering and dishes
  • Badges reader
  • Security
  • Cleaning
  • Plant decor
  • Fridge and display case rental, Cold & Frozen Storage
  • Storage

Who should I send my press kit to?

You can send your press kit to our Communication Service: communication (@)

You can also leave your press kit at the Press Office at the entrance of the show, in order for journalist to consult it during their visit.


What about my ROI ?

We usually estimate a 10:1 ROI ratio, meaning for every 1€ invested, a company can expect 10€ in return when participating in a profesionnal trade show.

Source : Unimev

What are the Business Meetings?

This service is open exclusively to Natexpo exhibitors and totally free of charge.

Natexpo offers its exhibitors the chance to set up targeted appointments with buyers from retail (specialist and mass retail), foodservice (commercial and collective) and the pharmacy and drugstore sector (food, cosmetics, dietary supplements, eco-friendly products, etc.). These 25-minute meetings, held either in the middle of the show or on exhibitors’ stands, offer exhibitors a face-too-face opportunity to show off present their products and innovations.

Exhibitors can sign up for the service in their Exhibitor Area, expressing their needs, and Natexpo will offer them tailored appointments with decision makers.

Find out more about the Business Meetings


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