As an exhibitor you will be able to:
- Network. Build lasting relationships with attendees and faculty
- Educate and train. Meetings feature exhibits and hands-on workshops, helping your products get into the hands of physicians.
- Learn. Hear from your customers, gain insight from SIR meeting attendees and faculty.
- Identify. SIR meetings help you meet the motivated learners in a treatment area, building and strengthening your customer base.
Upcoming SIR educational meetings:
Join 4,600 members of the interventional radiology global community at SIR's Annual Scientific Meeting. As an exhibitor in the Expo, you will experience a truly unique opportunity to share your latest information, innovative techniques and best practices while networking and building relationships with IR professionals.
Visit the "for exhibitors" section on sirmeeting.org for details on why you want to exhibit at SIR 2017! Have a new or radically redesigned product? Be a part of the specially featured New Product Showcase. Or, see all the corporate advertising opportunities available to you as SIR's industry partner.
With interventional oncology as the most rapidly changing domain of IR, this course is dedicated to Y-90 treatment of hepatic malignancies. Industry partners demonstrate their products to 150 motivated IR learners and faculty experts in an intimate environment, with excellent hands-on training opportunities.
Lower Extremity Arterial Revascularization (LEARN) is a course for practicing endovascular specialists and fellows currently involved in PAD or interested in starting their own PAD practices. LEARN delivers technical insights and state-of-the-art data to keep the interventional radiologists current in the increasingly competitive PAD marketplace. Offering exhibits and hands-on workshops, industry delivers valuable training time to attendees in a relaxed environment.
Further details coming soon.
A robust program for IR fellows at the culmination of their fellowship year. Top IR faculty deliver dynamic lectures, case studies and hands-on interaction in peripheral arterial disease and interventional oncology. Industry engagement with exhibits and hands-on workshops bring the IR community together.
Contact Susie Evenden at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 460-5586 for any questions.