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Becoming an Exhibitor

The 19th annual IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology (WAMI) Conference will address up-to-date multidisciplinary research needs and interdisciplinary aspects of wireless and RF technologies. The full-featured program includes oral presentations, poster presentations, workshops and tutorials.

EXHIBIT SPACE INFORMATION

  • Floor Plan - located on the Space Application / Contract
  • Exhibit Space Application / Contract
  • Exhibition Operating Rules and Regulations

PRICING

Pricing for 2018 is $1000 per 6 foot table space and $1250 per 10 foot pop-up booth space. Reserve your spot early and take advantage of our early-bird discount.

WAMICON is not obligated to provide an exhibit booth to any company who does not reserve their space in advance, and exhibit space at the show is not guaranteed. You can reserve your space by check or credit card in advance.

EXHIBITION HOURS

Exhibit hours have been scheduled to provide maximum interaction between conference attendees and exhibitor personnel.

  • Monday, April 9 from 10:00am-5:00pm
  • Tuesday, April 10 from 9:00am-4:00pm

EXHIBIT SPACE INCLUDES

  • Two exhibitor passes
  • Two lunch tickets for each day of the Exhibition
  • Two full WAMICON technical registrations, including an Awards Banquet ticket
  • Additional exhibitor passes (includes meals, technical sessions, reception and banquet) are available for purchase via the http://www.wamicon.org/ registration tab at a discounted price (discount offer limited to two additional representatives).

ADDITIONAL EXHIBITOR BENEFITS

  • A descriptive listing in the official Exhibition Catalog
  • Access to promotional opportunities
  • Priority space selection for WAMICON 2019

ABOUT THE FACILITIES

The Sheraton Sand Key Resort offers WAMICON plentiful exhibit space with easy access to electrical outlets. All technical sessions and coffee breaks will take place in close proximity to the exhibit area.

EXHIBIT and SPONSORSHIP CO-CHAIRS

For questions or further information, please contact