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Exhibitors

Reach more than 4,500 professionals involved in dementia research, treatment and patient care

AAIC 2014 is the world's leading forum on dementia research – and the premier venue for your company to increase its presence among leaders in the field. As an exhibitor, you will have direct access to thousands of attendees who represent more than 80 countries and are among the most respected leaders and brightest new voices in their disciplines.

Click here to view the 2014 AAIC Exhibitor Prospectus

AAIC features more than 55 scientific sessions and over 1,500 poster presentations. During the conference, experts in the field will present the latest scientific findings at our plenary, symposia, featured research, focused topics, oral and poster sessions.

Click here to complete the Exhibit Stand Application and benefit from pre- and post-show exposure.

We invite your company to join us in Copenhagen and be the first to hear about groundbreaking research, connect with renowned scientists and increase your company's visibility. Your organization will have the opportunity to network with AAIC attendees, form new connections, and generate ideas about future products and services.

For information on exhibiting, contact:

Greg Andruch, Exhibit Sales Manager
phone: (001) 630.929.7972
fax: (001) 630.434.1216
email: gandruch@heiexpo.com.

Exhibit space is limited. Act today!

Note: Children under the age of 18 are not permitted in any area of the conference center including educational sessions, registration, welcome reception, or the exhibit hall floor during show hours, installation or dismantling. Child care is not available at the Bella Center; however, your hotel concierge may be able to assist you.

 


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Where the world reveals the latest dementia research • Copenhagen, Denmark • July 12-17, 2014