Exhibit Opportunities

A variety of activities will take place In the Exhibit Area in order to ensure good traffic flow. Activities include coffee breaks, poster viewing times, poster sessions, International networking lounge and Canadian Marketplaces.

Who Should Exhibit?

Suppliers of food ingredients, consultants, service providers, packaging suppliers, laboratory equipment and testing services, hygiene and sanitation vendors, suppliers of food and beverage processing equipment and process control instrumentation, publishers, research companies, relevant associations, food industry lawyers, and many more...

Registration: Each exhibiting organization will receive up to three (3) exhibitor badges (3 per 100 sq.ft. / 9 sq.mtr. booth space).


Cost to Exhibit







Booth Type

  10 x 10ft (3x3m)
  10 x 10ft (3x3m)
  6 x 6ft (2x2m)


in Pricing

  Shell scheme


One 6ft Table

2 Chairs

Fascia with Name

Waste Basket

1 Basic Electrical Outlet


  1 Basic Electrical Outlet
(Note that the exhibit hall is not carpeted.)
  Shell scheme


1 Counter

2 Stools

Fascia with Name

Waste Basket

1 Basic Electrical Outlet


Congress registration passes allowing access to sessions may be purchased at the prevailing rate.

Exhibitor Staff Badges

EXPO Passes for Visitors











Other Benefits   Exhibit Directory Each exhibiting organization will be listed in the Congress Exhibit Directory with a description of the company product(s) and/or service(s). This information will be distributed to each participant at the Congress via the mobile app.
    Access to Delegate
List Post-Congress
Delegate list will include full name, company/organization, city, province, country and email.



How to Reserve a Booth


Complete an Exhibit Reservation Form Online


Important Dates

May 15, 2014:
Early-bird registration deadline

March 3, 2014:
Abstract deadline

Congress Hosts

Congress Secretariat

IS Event Solutions
Montreal, QC Canada
Phone +1 (450) 550-3488
Fax +1 (514) 227-5083
email us

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