Exhibitor Information

Overview
Thank you for your interest in becoming an exhibitor at the 2022 Virtual Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference! Virtual exhibit space provides an opportunity to showcase your organization to an expected 1,500+ multinational, interdisciplinary participants with a shared interest in protecting the Salish Sea.

Your Purchase Includes
Your virtual exhibit booth will be accessible throughout the virtual conference, and six months of virtual event portal access following the event. Within your exhibit booth, you can chat with attendees 1:1 and upload:

  • Organization logo
  • PDFs
  • Video URLs
  • Website URLs

The exhibit hall will appear on the left side of the primary virtual event portal page and is accessible by attendees at any time. Note: You do not need to attend the conference to purchase and build out a virtual exhibitor booth. However, if you wish to meet with attendees 1:1, you must register and attend the conference.

Exhibit Hall Times

Tuesday, April 26 – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, April 27 – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Thursday, April 28 – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

It is not necessary to be at your booth during all exhibitor hours. However, you can connect with attendees who may visit your booth in real-time.

Exhibitor Rates & Purchase Deadline

Terms & Conditions

All payments must be made by credit card. Exhibitor booth purchase is non-refundable. In the unlikely event the virtual conference is canceled, full refunds will be made for all exhibitor spaces. The conference planning committee reserves the right to reject purchases tied to campaigning or lobbying for political causes at its sole discretion.

Registration Opens December 8, 2021

The Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference has become the premier scientific research and policy gathering in the Pacific Northwest, attracting over 2400 participants virtually in 2020. The goal of the Conference is to provide a platform to build shared policies, practices, and science necessary to guide future actions for protecting and restoring the Salish Sea and its watersheds. The outcome is improved scientific collaboration, data sharing, dynamic discussions, and collaborative action to improve the state of the Salish Sea ecosystem. The Conference is administered by Western Washington University’s Salish Sea Institute.

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