In October, more than 6,000 emergency medicine professionals will arrive in Denver for the largest, most prestigious show in emergency medicine. Our attendees come highly motivated to participate in our advanced educational programs. They also look forward to the exhibits and view them as an extension of the educational experience.
If you have ever exhibited at the ACEP Scientific Assembly, you already know how vital the show is to your company’s sales and marketing efforts. Don’t miss this opportunity to put the power of the ACEP Scientific Assembly to work for you!
Reach two audiences at once! Scientific Assembly is held in conjunction with Research Forum. All attendees have access to the exhibit hall.
| Total Professional Attendance || 7,001|
| Physicians|| 4,385|
| Residents|| 1,403|
| Nurses|| 232|
| Physician Assistants|| 148|
| EMTs/Paramedics|| 22|
| Medical Students|| 177|
| International|| 174|
| Exhibits Only|| 130|
| Administrators/Other|| 83|
| Poster/Paper Presenters|| 165|
| Research Forum Only|| 82|
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| Other Attendees|| 3,928|
| Media|| 5|
| Exhibitors|| 2,040|
| Guests|| 1,860|
| Chapter Staff|| 23|
| Total Attendance|| 10,929|
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| Total Professional Attendance for Past Scientific Assemblies:|| |
|2006 - New Orleans|| 4,425|
|2007 - Seattle|| 5,150|
|2008 - Chicago||5,924|
|2009 - Boston || 5,997|
|2010 - Las Vegas||7.099|
2011 SHOW STATISTICS
96% of 2011 Scientific Assembly attendees found the exhibit program valuable.
74% of 2011 attendees participate in, or have the final say in, purchasing decisions.
86% of 2011 attendees recommend products/suppliers to their institutions.
97% of 2011 exhibitors felt they had attained their objective for exhibiting.
98% of 2011 exhibitors say they will probably or definitely attend the 2012 Scientific Assembly!
Note: The information as contained on this Website is preliminary. Exhibitors should search carefully for future communications that will provide updated information. You are encouraged to read all of the information carefully because policies and procedures may change from year to year.