eHealth Forum 2014
May 12-14, 2014
Megaron Athens International Congress Venue
The Department of Commerce’s U.S. Pavilion at the eHealth Forum 2014 will promote US companies to a Pan-European audience. Organized in Athens, during the Greek Presidency of the European Union, eHealth Forum 2014 is the premier health IT event for the exchange of experiences, good practices and innovation between the U.S. and the member states of the European Union. This international conference and commercial exhibition brings together the eHealth Experts of the High-Level Conference on European Priorities, the eHealth Network Meeting, as well the 4th EU-US eHealth Marketplace & Cooperation Assembly among others.
Join the USDOC’s U.S. Pavilion as an exhibitor! Why exhibit at the U.S. Pavilion?
One free conference registration/booth (except High Level Conference)
25% incorporated discount on fees for US Pavilion Exhibitors
Free participation in B2B Matchmaking Program
Use of U.S. Pavilion hospitality space
Free Advertising - Product or company description in the online & onsite
Conference Program and online daily conference newspaper
Invitations to related events/activities (i.e., U.S. Embassy Reception)
Counseling with U.S. Commercial Service Trade Specialists from EU/US
To address the entire EU Market
For exhibiting at the U.S. Pavilion, please complete information and submit the form below!
For registration/pre-registration as a conference delegate click here: http://ehealth2014.org/registrations/ and use the following code for US registrants through US Commerce: US2014 (to obtain the discounted rates)
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