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102nd International Forensic Educational Conference
Dear Prospective Exhibitor:
There are many reasons why the IAI's 102nd International Educational Conference, August 6-12, 2017 in Atlanta Georgia will be great for your company.
- There will be an audience of over 1,000 forensic professionals and potential customers.
- Professionals who include top-level forensic scientists prepared to make purchasing decisions will attend.
- The exhibit provides the ultimate opportunity for marketing your products or services.
- Annually the IAI Conference guarantees a way to generate valuable leads and increase your organization's visibility.
Select your booth location(s) from the enclosed Exhibit Floor Plan. We've planned our Conference program to draw attendees to the exhibit hall for over 19 hours of exhibitor contact, including all session breaks and two evening receptions.
Each 10'x10' booth is an affordable $1,250. Due to an overwhelming response, it is recommended that you reserve your booth location as soon as possible.
Our theme this year is "The Circle of Forensics" which speaks to the continual change and innovation that is the inspiration for forensic professionals worldwide!
Join us in Atlanta, Georgia!!
Vendor Resources and Answers
James T. (Jim) Murray
The 2017 IAI Educational Conference will be at the Georgia World Congress Center with hotel accommodations at the 4-Star Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center, located in the heart of downtown overlooking the Centennial Olympic Park.
* Monday 8/7 — Exhibit Only Time for Attendees = After 4:00 p.m.
** Tuesday 8/8 — Exhibit Only Time for Attendees = 9:30 - 10:30 a.m., Noon - 1:00 p.m.,
*** Wednesday 8/9 — Exhibit Only Time for Attendees = 9:00 - 10:00 a.m., Noon - 2:00 p.m.
Exhibit schedule times are approximate and are subject to change. Breaks each day are held in or near the Exhibit Hall. Conference name badges are required for admittance to the Exhibit Hall. Booths must be manned during the hours the exhibit is open. Security will be provided during the hours that the exhibit area is closed.