The Minimally Invasive Ear, Nose & Throat 

OPEN FORUM 2020

June 5-6, 2020 | Manhattan Eye Ear Throat Hospital (MEETH) New York, NY

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A powerhouse in OTOLOGY, RHINOLOGY and Sleep SURGERY

Exhibits & Sponsorship Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in exhibiting at the 2019 Minimally Invasive ENT/Open Forum 2020 Course.

 

This year Northwell Health, Ear Research Foundation, and FIERO have once again partnered to present the Minimally Invasive ENT course and The Open Forum combined together in one fabulous 2-day CME conference - Minimally Invasive ENT/Open Forum 2020 - focusing on Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology, and Sleep.  Lectures on sub-specialties will also be provided.

 

The Minimally Invasive Office ENT/Open Forum 2020 course will be held June 5-6, 2020 in New York City, at MEETH (Manhattan Eye Ear Nose and Throat Hospital). 

 

All of the information on speakers and agendas can be found on this course website and will be updated as we finalize the program. We hope you will agree to participate as a partner and exhibitor this year.  Please review the exhibitor packet (link below) and let me know if you have any questions.

 

DOWNLOAD EXHIBITOR INFORMATION PACKET

 

If you would like to discuss additional ways to participate through commercial support/sponsorship, educational grants, or equipment loans, please contact me or one of our course directors - Dr. Jack Wazen, Dr. Herbert Silverstein, Dr. Peter Catalano, Dr. Ray Weiss, Dr. Yosef Krespi - to discuss opportunities. Thank you for your consideration!

 

Be sure to let me know if you have any additional questions or special needs. I will be happy to work with you. Thank you again for your participation and support!

 


Jackson Roberts, Course Coordinator
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phone: (646) 908-8578
Lenox Hill Hospital
130 E 77th, 10th floor black hall
New York, NY 10000

 

 

Course Director contact Information:

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Course Partner/Exhibitor Packet

Minimally Invasive ENT / Open Forum 2020 June 5 – 6, 2020

 

The New York Head & Neck Institute, Ear Research Foundation, and FIERO (The Foundation for Innovation, Education and Research in Otolaryngology), will be collaborating once again this year, combining our efforts to provide a dynamic conference, addressing an even broader spectrum of topics that otolaryngologists face on a regular basis. Our upcoming course is scheduled for June 5-6, 2020, at MEETH (Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital), New York, NY.

 

We look forward to our upcoming course with great enthusiasm. We hope you will join us in New York, where together we can continue our tradition of high quality education through innovation, open discussion, and collaboration with industry. The program for this year’s event is available for review at www.ENTOpenForum.com.

 

Various levels of exhibiting opportunities are available and are detailed on page 2 of this packet. Please contact one of us if you would like to further discuss opportunities to participate this year. And be sure to let me know if you have any additional questions or special needs. We look forward to working with you. Thank you again for your participation and support!

 


Yosef Krespi, MD Peter Catalano, MD Jack Wazen, MD Herbert Silverstein MD Ray Weiss, MD

Course Coordinator: Jackson Roberts, (646) 908-8578, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
If you are shipping materials for your vendor display, these should be addressed as follows:
MEETH: 210 East 64th Street, New York, NY, 10065
Phone: (212) 838-9200
Attention – Open Forum
June 5-6, 2020

 


 

EXHIBITOR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

All companies exhibiting at 2020 Minimally Invasive ENT/Open Forum must comply with the terms and conditions outlined in this Exhibitor Prospectus. The meeting organizers reserve the right to make decisions onsite regarding booth layout and conduct of exhibitors that detract from the overall presentation of the meeting, and if necessary will ask exhibitors to make adjustments in order to maintain the integrity of the symposium and/ or Exhibit Hall. We observe the official International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) display rules and regulations.

 

Americans with Disabilities Act
Exhibitors are responsible for full compliance with all applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

 

Badge Control
Exhibit Hall attendance is restricted to qualified exhibitors, those certified by exhibitors and those covered under the general registration procedures. The official meeting badge must be worn whenever an exhibitor is in the Exhibit Hall. Badges must be clearly displayed at all times. Business cards or other items inserted into or adhered to the front of the badge sleeve will not be permitted.

 

Carpet
The exhibit area is not carpeted.

 

Cancellation or Reduction of Space
Cancellations or reduction of space received in writing on or before April 15, 2020, will be refunded the exhibit amount less a 10% administrative fee. No refunds will be granted after April 15, 2019, or for space left unoccupied.

 

Conduct of Exhibitors
• Exhibits must be staffed at all times during Exhibit Hall hours.
• Distributing advertising materials outside the exhibitor’s own booth is strictly prohibited.
• Noise associated with electrical and mechanical equipment must be at a minimum and may not interfere
with other exhibitors.
• Exhibitors may not enter another exhibitor’s booth without permission.
• Entertainment or demonstrations of non-product items or services must be approved in writing by
meeting management.
• The content of an exhibit must fit within the purchased booth space; all non-island booths are required
to have side rails.

 

CME Compliance
All exhibitors are expected to comply with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) standards for commercial support.

 

Distribution of Product Information
Distribution of printed materials by industry or its agents is limited to the exhibitor’s booth area in the Exhibit Hall. In accordance with ACCME guidelines, product information cannot be distributed at any scientific sessions or in hotel lobbies. Companies may not display or demonstrate products, solicit orders or distribute advertising materials at any location other than their assigned exhibit booth space. Distribution of product information by companies that are not registered exhibitors will not be permitted.

 

Exhibitor-appointed Contractors (EAC)
Exhibitors are free to employ third-party vendors to aid in the construction, maintenance and dismantling of their booth. Please send notification to Complete Conference Management if you intend to use a third-party contractor. The exhibiting company is responsible for all actions of the EAC while engaged in their duties inside the Exhibit Hall.

 

Exhibit Hours
Exhibitor agrees to follow the official move-in and move-out schedules. The meeting organizers reserve the right to make modifications to the schedule if it is determined to be in the best interest of the meeting.

 

Fire Protection
All materials used in the Exhibit Hall must conform to local fire ordinances and be in accordance with regulations established by the National Association of Fire Underwriters. All displays are subject to inspection by the fire marshal. Aisles and exhibits must be kept clear at all times. Access to fire extinguishers and fire hoses may not be obstructed at any time.

 

Food and Beverages
Distribution of outside food and beverages (including bottled water) by an exhibit booth is not permitted. Exhibitors interested in distributing food and beverage may purchase catering through the Hyatt Regency Sarasota. Information on ordering food and beverages for exhibit booths will be available upon request. Service of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.

 

Insurance
The exhibiting company agrees, by completing the Exhibitor Application/Contract, to insure itself, at its own expense, against property loss or damage, and against liability for personal injury, and to name the Ear Research Foundation and Complete Conference Management as additional named insured.
(A copy of that insurance coverage must be faxed to Complete Conference Management at 305-279-8221 or mailed to 11440 North Kendall Drive, Ste. 306, Miami, FL 33176.) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Liability
The exhibitor assumes the entire responsibility and liability for losses, damages and claims arising out of the exhibitor’s activities within the hotel premises, and will indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Hyatt Regency Sarasota, Complete Conference Management, UMA and the Ear Research Foundation, their owners, their management companies, as well as their respective agents, servants and employees, from any and all such losses, damages and claims.


Minors in the Exhibit Area
For safety reasons, minors are prohibited in the Exhibit Hall during setup, teardown and posted exhibit hours.

 

Photographing, Videotaping and Audio Recording
Written permission is required for videotaping, photographing and audio recording in the Educational Sessions and Exhibit Hall. This includes the use of cell phone cameras. Those who do not have written permission to photograph, videotape or audio record are in noncompliance and will be asked to leave the meeting.

 

Sales and Order Tracking
Exhibitors selling or taking orders must adhere to all business licenses and sales and use tax regulations that vary from state to state. The meeting organizers reserve the right to restrict sales activities that it deems inappropriate or unprofessional.

 

Security
The conference organizers will take reasonable precaution to protect exhibitor property. The provision of this service, however, shall not be construed as an assumption of obligation or duty with respect to the protection of the exhibitor’s property.

 

Terms and Conditions Compliance
Completing the Exhibitor Registration acknowledges a binding contract when submitted and indicates the applicant’s willingness to abide by all terms, conditions and general rules and regulations listed in this exhibitor prospectus. The terms and conditions may be amended at any time by the meeting organizers and such amendments will be deemed binding. The representative submitting the application agrees to share the terms and conditions with all exhibiting company representatives who attend.

 

 

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