In October 2015, the International Society of Limb Salvage (ISOLS) and the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society (MSTS) will be holding a combined meeting of their organizations.
It is anticipated that up to 800 of the United States and world leaders in the field of orthopedic oncology will convene for this meeting to exchange cutting edge ideas, discoveries, implant designs and outcomes.
The mix of attendees will likely be 2/3 international and 1/3 from the United States. More than half of the attendees will be attending orthopedic surgeons. Most of the worldwide leaders in the field of orthopedic oncology attend this meeting.
The meeting spans over five days and is being hosted at the spectacular convention venue at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes and the JW Marriot Grande Lakes properties. There will be attractive space and ample time for interaction with the attendees.
The meeting also has several social events that are conducive to networking. We welcome your attendance and sponsorship and look forward to having a great and very productive meeting.
Exhibiting is a great investment to showcase your products and services. During the 2015 ISOLS & MSTS Combined Meeting, exhibitors will be positioned in high traffic areas, allowing attendees to have increased exposure to talk to you about solutions to their needs.
Exhibit booths consist of one or two six foot table(s) covered and draped. Signs, decorations and equipment may not be placed outside the booth space. Exposed unfinished sides of the exhibit must be draped to present an attractive appearance. Hanging signs are not permitted. Exhibitors or agents may not at any time attach to any stationary wall, floor, window, columns, furniture or ceiling with screws, nails, staples, tape or any other substance. Nothing can be posted, nailed, screwed or otherwise attached to columns, floors, furniture or other areas of the hotel. Only professionally printed signs are allowed for display. Exhibitors who prefer to use their own professional displays rather than tabletop displays should contact staff directly for details.
We will do our best to accommodate reasonable displays within the allocated space, in keeping with the display rules and regulations and in consideration of other exhibitors in the same area.
September 9, 2015