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If your organisation is interested in participating in YoMo, please complete the application form below.
These guidelines detail the application process, the type of activities we're looking for, and what’s required in delivering an engaging activity on-site. Download the participation guidelines.
You can also download a list of all the questions you'll be asked, so you can make sure you have the right information available. Download the form questions.
Once you start your application, you won't be able to save your progress and finish it later. Please make sure you understand the application requirements before you begin.
Applicants for GSMA Awarded Activity Provider positions will be notified by Friday 21 December 2018.
1. Full contact details of the organisation and the main contact person
2. Full description of the activity you wish to submit including age and subject relevance
3. The logo of your organisation, and any photos or supporting media you need to support your application
Your organisation type will determine under which category you can apply to participate at YoMo (see section 4 of the Application Guidelines).
Please note that only organisations that specialise in delivering STEAM outreach activities to schools and youth and not-for-profit organisations or foundations not linked to a commercial brand can apply to become a GSMA Awarded Activity Provider.
Interactive stands have to present an engaging, hands-on activity designed for attendees to simply drop in and participate on an ad-hoc basis.
We only accept interactive stands that commit to participate on all four days of the festival.
If your organisation wishes to participate for only 1, 2 or 3 days at an interactive stand, you must form a partnership with an exhibitor that wants to host your activity at their stand.
Each day only a single activity description can be promoted through the website and event guide.
Find out more about the type of interactive activities at stands we are looking for in section 6 of the Application Guidelines.
A number of interactive stand spaces are available across the show floor in varying sizes from 3m x 3m or more.
All stand spaces are provided as ‘space only’ stands, with signage indicating your stand number. We only provide the space – we do not provide exhibition structures, carpet or power. Only YoMo Supporter and GSMA Awarded stand spaces include basic power outlets and carpet.
The stand packages do not include any dedicated Wi-Fi or wired Internet services, but YoMo will provide a public Wi-Fi service at the show floor that includes up to 2 Mbps of upload connectivity per device.
Workshops are hands-on project based activities in a classroom setting for up to 45 young people, for a set period of no more than 60 minutes, that enables attendees to complete a set task.
Each workshop should be designed to provide a hands-on experience for all attendees. Workshops should begin by briefly showing children the basics (the workshop materials and processes), and by giving a demonstration.
Find out more about the type of workshops we are looking for in section 6 of the Application Guidelines.
Each workshop session will be scheduled for two repeated sessions either during the morning or during the afternoon. If timeslots are available, workshop sessions may be scheduled repeatedly for multiple days.
Presentations are an expert explanation with a theoretical component that is as engaging and interactive as possible. Each presentation session will be held in front of about 40 teenage children and should last no longer than 45 minutes.
Find out more about the type of presentations we are looking for in section 6 of the Application Guidelines.
Shows will perform in our up to 200 seat auditorium with basic configuration, audio and lightning, along with operating technicians.
Find out more about the type of theatre shows we are looking for in section 6 of the Application Guidelines.
In order to maximise audience and available content all shows must last no longer than 60 minutes. We will schedule one show in the morning and one show in the afternoon. Shows may be scheduled as a one-off, once per day, or repeatedly per day or for multiple days.
We are looking for activities that deliver exciting and interesting content, encourage interaction, and – above all – inspire and educate young people. Activities should be related to STEAM and answer to YoMo’s “ingredients” of being inspiring, attractive, fun, hands-on, interactive, innovative and daring.
Please use the following questions to explain to us why your activity is “right” for YoMo.
You need to describe the activity as best you can; appear attractive and appealing as you are competing for attendee attention on a large interactive event.
Your answers to the following questions will appear within YoMo marketing materials including the YoMo website, social media, and the Event Guide.
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