Virtual Exhibition & Product Listing

With over 10,000 views in 2010, the ESCRS Virtual Exhibition is a comprehensive information resource for all ophthalmologists. The virtual exhibition is the first place delegates can access information about exhibitors and their booths at the ESCRS before the final programme is distributed at the congress. A link to the Virtual Exhibition will be sent via email to all pre-registered delegates for the XXIX ESCRS Annual Congress to help delegates plan their time in the exhibition hall.

The Virtual Exhibition offers companies the chance to display their product listing on the website and is an optimum vehicle to target ESCRS members, congress delegates and all ophthalmic professionals with your company/product information.

All exhibitors will receive:

Enhanced Listing: 
Company name, logo, booth number, URL and max 100 word company/product listing – free of charge

If you would like to upgrade and include a banner advertisement the cost is €1,000
Please contact caroline.anderson@escrs.org

Virtual Exhibition Benefits Include:
• Increasing traffic to your exhibition stand
• Increasing traffic to your website
• Maximising your company’s exposure beyond the 5-day exhibition – the virtual exhibition is on-line prior to and after the event*.
• Increasing company profile – name displayed on ESCRS website

*Listings will be available from 15 June 2011 and will remain on the ESCRS website until 3 months after the congress.

ESCRS Exhibitor Product Listing on the Virtual Exhibition

All exhibiting companies will be listed on the virtual exhibition at www.escrs.org.
This will contain the exhibitor’s company name, logo, booth number, contact details and a MAXIMUM of 100 words on the company’s products and services.

(1) Company Name
(2) Website address
(3) 100 word listing on the virtual exhibition at www.escrs.org
(4) Logo

If the Product Listing submitted exceeds 100 words, it will be edited at the discretion of the Organiser.
Please do not use underlining. You are requested to include the ™, ® and any other symbols, as relevant.