Become an Exhibitor

Exhibition spaces in the WCTOH Village

Exhibitors are invited to showcase their products and services to more than 1,800 leaders in tobacco control and non-communicable diseases from around the world. The WCTOH Village will be a social and communal space, where delegates can network and engage with exhibitors.

A variety of companies, development agencies, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and other healthcare organisations exhibit at the conference.

The WCTOH Village also provides excellent opportunities for networking with delegates and other exhibitors.

A range of events and activities will take place in the Village throughout the conference, making it a lively and inviting place for delegates. Thanks to their placement near poster displays and the Plenary Hall, exhibitors will benefit from being at the centre of the conference activities, bringing a steady flow of delegates to their stands.

A list of exhibitors will be published on the website and in the online programme, thus increasing exhibitors’ exposure.

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Exhibition options and prices

Standard booth: 9m² (3x3)
Exhibitors may book one or more unit(s) of 9m²

Shell scheme booths – Price per m²

Industry: $600
NGO: $300

NGO stands

NGO table space: $1,500
NGO express stand: $650 (price per day)

Please note: NGOs with an annual spending of $20M+ will be billed at the industry rate

Important Dates

Exhibition set-up
6 March, 14:00 – 18:00

Exhibition days
7-9 March

Exhibition dismantling
9 March, 14:00 – 18:00

Booths are allocated on a first-come first-served basis and all requests for exhibition spaces must be received by 01 December 2017. Book early to secure your space.

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