Exhibitor Information

The CPS 95th Annual Conference from May 30-June 2, 2018 in Quebec City, Quebec is Canada’s largest gathering of Canadian child and youth health care professionals.

The newly formatted two-day trade show now provides exhibitors more opportunities to showcase their company products and services to a target audience.

Why exhibit?

Exhibiting is a cost-effective way to promote your products and services to paediatricians, family physicians, subspecialists, residents, trainees, medical students and other health care professionals. As the signature event of the year for paediatrics in Canada, booth space will sell out quickly. Secure your booth today!

Booth Rental Fees – Register before December 31st and save!
Booth TypeBefore
December 31, 2017
After
December 31, 2017
Standard (10’ x 10’)$3,400$3,600
Corner booth (10' x 10')$3,800$4,000
Not-for-profit association
(standard booth - 10' x 10')
$1,300$1,500
Publishers (table top)$800$1,000

Note: The above costs do not include 5% GST or 9.975% QST. Booth spaces will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority will be given to major conference sponsors.

New this year! Lead retrieval is included with your booth rental.
Capturing leads has never been easier! All conference badges will have a QR code printed on them. Exhibitors will have the option to scan these codes using the conference app through their own smartphones to capture attendees’ information. Exhibitors can then access a friendly, powerful leads dashboard from their laptop or mobile phone, giving them real-time profile information on the leads as they're collected.

EXHIBITOR PROSPECTUS (PDF)

PRODUCT THEATRE (PDF)

For further information, contact Lauralee Gallinger, Coordinator, Conference Services, at lauraleeg@cps.ca.

SCAM ALERT!
If you are contacted by phone or e-mail regarding reduced hotel rates for the CPS conference, please notify CPS as soon as possible at 613-526-9397 ext. 248 or meetings@cps.ca. Such contacts are fraudulent and unconnected with the CPS or designated conference hotels.

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