The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the 9th International Congress of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (“9th ICAAP”) invites various organizations and companies to help with the funding and organizing the 9th ICAAP in Bali, Indonesia.
This is an event that you cannot miss; it offers valuable opportunities for organizations and companies looking to engage with thousands of people working in HIV and AIDS programs and issues in the Asia and the Pacific. It ensures you access to the widest possible audience, as the Congress will attract some 5000 people from Asia and the Pacific and the rest of the world.
The sponsorship options have been selected to link each supporting partner with an activity or interest group that best reflects their community, corporate, commercial or philanthropic goals, and at the same time allows each sponsor unique ways of associating brands or messages with different aspects of the Congress.
The Sponsorship Opportunities are available in various categories; each category reaches the Congress delegates in a different way. These include Corporate Sponsorship, Printing Arrangement, Advertising Opportunities, Business Opportunities, Information Services, Exhibition, Satellite Meetings, Symposia and other Congress Programs.
Note: Symposium Application has closed. If you would like to sponsor a symposium, you may download the proposal form, here.
Note: Satellite Meeting Application has closed. If you would like to sponsor a satellite meeting, you may download the proposal form and find more information here.
Note: Exhibition Application has closed. If you would like to sponsor an exhibition, you may download the proposal form and find more information here.
Please contact the Secretariat of the 9th ICAAP at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding these or other sponsorship opportunities or if you have any other particular request about how you would like to present your organization at the Congress.
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