Are you new to the AIHce EXPerience?
We fully understand that marketing and trade-show dollars are scarce these days, and it is very important to us that our exhibitors experience a healthy return on their investment in the shape of attracting high-volume attendee traffic and picking up quality leads.
We’re happy to help you become an exhibitor for this premier event for industrial hygienists and occupational health specialists.
New exhibitors can take advantage of a wonderful opportunity right at the entrance of our Exhibit Hall called the New Exhibitor Pavilion. First-time exhibitors can reserve one of these highly sought-after spaces without having to accumulate priority points from participating in prior shows. These spaces are considered a Premium space option and are based on availability.
Applying for exhibit space is quick and easy.
Complete the Exhibit Space Application by selecting the “I Need Space” option **
You’ll be able to review the floor plan and pricing on page two of the application.
There is no deadline to submit your application, space permitting.
**NOTE: To secure a booth in the New Exhibitor Pavilion (based on availability), email Alison Daniels or call 703-846-0764 prior to completing the Exhibit Space Application – these booths cannot be selected through the online application until the booth is released.
On or before March 1, 2019:
After March 1, 2019:
Are you preparing your 2019 Tradeshow budget?
Attention AIHce EXP Exhibitors
All complimentary badges associated with your booth are contingent on booking your hotel room through AIHce EXP Housing.
However, AIHce EXP will not contact you by telephone to make your hotel reservations.
There are many companies misrepresenting themselves to exhibitors saying they are “official” housing or leading exhibitors to believe certain hotels are selling out. They generally require prepayment, which AIHce does not.
We strongly encourage you to book housing through the official housing bureau for AIHce, Experient, Inc., and to alert the AIHce staff of any contact made by these housing “poachers.”