August 1-2, 2012

ICare4Autism International Autism Conference
Autism: A Global Perspective
at the International Conference Center (ICC) in Jerusalem, Israel

Exhibition Opportunities

We are using the Exhibit Hall at the International Convention Center (ICC) for all exhibits. Space will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

Refreshments will be served in the exhibition area ensuring a flow of delegates throughout each day of the conference.

Exhibitor Fee – $2,500.00

  • Will have 8 x 10 space for each exhibitor which will include a six foot table 2 chairs
  • One registration place including the conference reception
  • A 50-word profile of your company in the onsite delegate program
  • A one-page insert in the delegate pack with approval of the ICare4Autism Planning Committee
  • Please note that the exhibitor fee does not include accommodation or access to conference sessions. Accommodation may be booked directly with the local hotels.
  • Additional representatives will be charged at $100.00 per person for the 2 days

In order to meet our print deadline for the onsite programme, text and, logos must be submitted to the Conference Office no later than June 10, 2012. Logos for the website may be submitted at any time and will be uploaded once payment is received.

Exhibitor Application »

Sponsorship Opportunities

ICare4Autism sponsorships will help support ICare4Autism’s International conferences and programs. We offer varying levels of sponsorship for your organization to offer support of our mission. A complete listing of opportunities follows as well as a link to the sponsorship form can be found online at www.icare4autism.org. If you have any questions about our sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kim Robinson at krobinson@icare4autism.org


To become an exhibitor, please complete the Exhibitor Application and mail to:

4302 New Utrecht Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11219

OR fax Application for Exhibit Space: 646-417-7477

Exhibition space is limited and will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! Please note that to secure exhibition space, full payment MUST be received before the event.

The Conference Organizers will assign all exhibits space to the exhibitors.

Our mission is to generate significant delegate flow to the exhibition at all appropriate times. In return we hope exhibitors will actively participate in creating a vibrant and dynamic atmosphere that will attract delegates to their stand.

To become a sponsor, please email krobinson@icare4autism.org for more information.

We are keen to work with you to maximize your involvement in the conference from this early stage in the planning. If you would like to discuss any of the packages in more detail call the Conference organizers below

Get in touch…..

Kim Robinson
Fax: 646-417-7477
Email: krobinson@icare4autism.org

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