The exhibit area is an ideal location for meeting directly with delegates. The exhibition environment will include the registration, poster area, the WFH Resource Centre, and rest areas. All coffee breaks and lunches will be in the exhibition area.
Regular booths measure 9 m². Booth size is limited to a maximum of 144 m².
All booths must be unbranded, to comply with local regulatory restrictions. Furthermore, booths cannot be used for formal presentations with seating and sound amplification—showcase theaters offer an excellent space for this activity. Live music is not permitted within the exhibition area.
As exhibit booths cannot be product branded, it is possible to purchase raw space that will be positioned along the perimeter of the hall for hospitality and/or product promotion. If the space is used for product promotion, it must be fully enclosed through the exhibit contractor to respect the local regulations. Suites are limited to a maximum of 144 m² and cannot exceed the size of booth space reserved.
Sunday, May 8: 18:30 to 21:00
Monday, May 9: 10:30 to 18:00
Tuesday, May 10: 10:30 to 18:00
Wednesday, May 11: 10:30 to 18:00
Hours are subject to change.
The WFH is committed to providing equal access and an inclusive experience, in all aspects of business, to participants who have limited mobility and other medical considerations related to a bleeding disorder or other medical condition. Access for all Congress delegates is a priority for the WFH. Regulations have been established for accessibility at individual exhibits to ensure the area is designed to accommodate people with mobility restrictions. These regulations are outlined in the exhibitor manual, which will be distributed in October 2021. If you are planning a social function outside of the official Congress program, please remember that 10 per cent of all Congress participants have some type of mobility restriction. We therefore suggest that long bus rides, uneven walkways, stairs, and extensive walking be avoided.
The WFH will communicate only with third-party companies officially mandated and clearly identified by participating exhibitors and sponsors. Queries received from third-party companies—such as communication and press agencies—that do not identify the company they represent will not be answered. A formal certification should be sent from the sponsor to the WFH authorizing the third party to engage in work on its behalf.