2017 Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities
Exhibitor Registration is now Open!
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Registration is now open for exhibitors at the 2017 World Congress in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Opportunities for booths and table top exhibit space is available. Please note that the floor plan is not confirmed but booth selection will occur in early 2017 and will be based on first paid, first selection.
Booth Types and Fees:
8ft x 10ft Booth: $3500 CAD
Table Top Display: $2000 CAD
Why Sponsor or Exhibit?
Connect with Leading Researchers, Practitioners and Clinicians
You will gain exposure, build relationships, develop partnerships and connect with representatives in the fields of posture and gait research from over 40 countries worldwide.
Premium Branding & Positioning Opportunity
You will reach your target audience and be recognized as a supporter of the congress and its aims. Set your product, service and brand apart from your competitors - guaranteed visibility on printed materials, advertising, and promotions.
Face Time with Leading Scientists and Clinicians
You will have the opportunity to connect with over 500 international posture and gait representatives to build relationships and form valuable partnerships. Congress registration, marketing opportunities, exhibit booths and networking are among the many benefits associated with sponsoring this congress.
The ISPGR World Congress draws leading scientists and clinicians in all areas of posture and gait research from over 40 countries worldwide, including cognitive neuroscientists, neurologists, biomechanists, neurophysiologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, gerontologists, rehabilitation specialists and physical and occupational therapists. Past ISPGR congresses drew scientists and clinicians from the following areas:
- Sensory and motor control neurophysiology
- Movement disorders
- Neural circuitry
- Vestibular function
- Neurological disorders
- Effects of development and aging
- Neural compensation
- Motor learning