Become a Sponsor
There are several sponsorship opportunities available at the BioInterfaces International 2020, Zurich Conference. A sponsorship is an excellent way to provide publicity for your organization to all our participants and site visitors.
For more information about sponsorship value packages, please click here (will follow soon).
Please, note some of the items are on a first-come, first-served Basis.
The very impressive main hall with it's amazing glass Roof, the arcades and frescos / mosaic works by famous artists like Giacometti and Hodler and others, that surround the hall on each floor, offers an exhibition space with the possibility of arranging Exhibition booths during the BioInterfaces International 2018 Zurich Conference. The entire space is covered by an extensive grid of media access points (electrical connections, the Internet).
Exhibition booths will be available to companies and institutes. We will have space for ca. 25 Exhibitors (assigned on a first come/first serve Basis). The exhibition area will be close to where lunches and coffee/tea breaks are served, and adjacent (to the left and right) of the poster session Areas. The standard exhibition booth includes from our side: (a) A table of 180 x 80 cm; (b) Poster walls (if required); (c) Power outlet; (d) any further infrastructure on request.
For more information about exhibition value packages, please click here (will follow soon).
Why exhibit at BioInterfaces International 2020, Zurich?
From visibility to credibility, exhibiting at BioInterfaces International 2020, Zurich offers an outstanding exhibition area & outreach to conference participants at Biointerfaces International 2020. Ample space available for exhibitors, directly adjacent to lunch/coffee breaks and the poster sessions.
- Make use of the conference app with all registered participant profiles
- Maximise your exposure and use the “exhibitor pitch”-opportunity in the official session program (offer avavilable until mid-June)
- Sponsor a coffee break and benefit from recognition via prominent signage during the breaks.