Presentation Opportunities for Exhibitors
There are a variety of ways that exhibitors can participate in the education program presented at the ALA Annual Conference. They are:
Presentations on one of the live stages in the exhibit hall
Usually panel presentations, these are 45-minute sessions which can include an autographing session after the presentation. These opportunities can promote exhibitors' products, services and authors. Follow this link for an overview of the stages and opportunity to submit presentations. More questions, email Lina Zabaneh, Conference Coordinator, email@example.com.
Develop and conduct your own session
Exhibitors may reserve meeting rooms in the ALA block of meeting rooms at the convention center and official hotels. These sessions will be included in the official program, but exhibitors will be responsible for some expenses and should also promote the session on their own. For more information, email Yvonne McLean, Meeting Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org. Meeting room submission form will be available in September.
Sponsor a Keynote Speaker
Names submitted for consideration should be authors or library experts who will be of interest to the ALA members. These names should be able to draw attendance of 1,000+. The exhibitor will bear all costs associated with the speaker’s attendance. Names submitted are sent to an ALA panel for review and recommendations. Professional or motivational speakers on generic topics are usually not considered. More questions, email Amy McGuigan, Conference Manager, email@example.com.