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Sponsors & Exhibitors

Choose from a variety of sponsorship and commercial options to raise your profile and position your company as a thought leader in the community.

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Reasons why being a sponsor is a brilliant marketing strategy

  • Highly targeted marketing – reach your commu nity

  • Brand awareness & recognition – logo and advertisement placement

  • Access to knowledge – find out about new research being undertaken

  • Engage with your audience online

  • Media exposure - benefit from being promoted throughout Elsevier’s marketing process

  • Enhance credibility – highlight your company’s expertise to a captive audience

  • Generate new sales & form new partnerships – with registrants, vendors and speakers

  • Leveraged lead generation - the chance to be recommended to attendees’ connections

To discuss your requirements or to book sponsorship or exhibit space please contact:

Chloe Partridge Conference Sponsorship & Classified Advertising Sales Executive Tel: +44 (0) 1865 843 346 Email: [email protected](opens in new tab/window) (Please do not email credit card information under any circumstances)



Ovagen is a biotechnology company that has developed a proprietary process of producing the world’s first Germ-Free chicken eggs for use in vaccine manufacture, research & development, and other biopharmaceutical applications. Germ-free eggs transform vaccine production by:

  • Eliminating bacterial contamination and reducing antimicrobial resistance, a holy grail for vaccines

  • Increasing the yield of vaccines per egg

  • Increasing quality, security, and sustainability

  • Reducing carbon footprint, and

  • Allowing more efficient and cost-effective production of vaccines therefore improving access by poorer nations. in new tab/window)