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Sponsorship & Exhibition

The Sponsorship Prospectus is now available to download here. The prospectus includes a variety of packages and sponsorship opportunities to suit your exposure requirements and budget.  

All sponsors and exhibitors will be acknowledged on the PSI website, and all company logos and profiles will be included within the conference app.



How to Book

If you would like to express interest and/or secure any sponsorship opportunity, including exhibition space, please complete and submit the Booking Form. Please refer to the General Terms and Conditions.

Sponsorship Prospectus

Booking Form

Terms and Conditions

 

Contact Us:

To discuss the sponsorship and exhibition opportunities listed within this prospectus, or if you have suggestions for other sponsorship opportunities that aren't included within the prospectus, please contact:

Chris Watton on: psi@wattonhall.com
Alexander Currie on: alexander.8.currie@gsk.com


Exhibition

The exhibition will take place in the Cambridge and Windsor rooms located on the fifth floor of the QEII Centre. Tea, coffee and lunch will be served within the exhibition space, alongside the poster board area.

Exhibiting companies must provide their own public liability insurance.
 

Exhibitor Passes

Each exhibition stand includes two exhibitor passes for three days which gain access to the exhibition area only and includes two tickets to the Gala Dinner. If you would like to upgrade the pass to a full delegate place it is only an additional £370 per person. Dinner, bed and breakfast costs are additional. Additional exhibitor passes can also be purchased for £540 at the Early Bird fee, or £600 at the full fee rate.

For further information please contact the conference organisers at psi2019conference@mci-group.com

 

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