While the deadline has passed to have your exhibit appear in the printed program, you are still welcome to REGISTER TO HAVE AN EXHIBIT by filling out the registration form at www.ghsummit.org. We are continuously updating the listing of exhibitors on this webpage.
As per the policy of the organizing committee, all exhibitors are required to be non-profits or individuals who are purely promoting their humanitarian efforts. Individuals are not permitted to market any profit-making products other than books, however the sale of non-profit items is permitted at the exhibit tables.
School of Medicine Building (SOM): 1648 Pierce Dr. NE, Atlanta, GA 30322
Woodruff Health Sciences Administration Building (WHSCAB): located directly beside School of Medicine, with the same drop off location
First come, first serve –The earliest arrivals will have the widest choice in selecting an exhibit table.
Drop off area – SOM and WHSCAB are located on Clifton Rd., but the front of the School of Medicine building is on Pierce Dr. Please drive around to the side of the SOM & WHSCAB building on Means Dr. to drop off exhibit materials. There is a side door to both SOM and to WHSCAB off of Means Dr. Please do not drop off / unload on Pierce Dr., as this is a busy thoroughfare with only one lane. The drop off area is the same regardless of whether you will exhibit in School of Med or WHSCAB
Free Parking – the closest free parking is at the Michael St. Parking Deck (550 Houston Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30322). This is situated behind Rollins School of Public Health. With the exception of Emory University Hospital, all parking on Emory campus is free from 5pm on Friday through the end of Sunday evening.
Paid Parking – is available in the deck across the street from Emory Hospital (1364 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30322), which is located one block from the School of Medicine. This is t he absolute closest parking available…closer than the free parking at the Michael St. Deck.
*See the "Venues & Parking" page on this website for interactive maps, directions to Emory, and further parking information
Friday, April 13, 5:00 – 6:30pm
Saturday, April 14, 8:00 – 9:30am
You may set up at either of these times, but if you set up on Friday you’ll get more exposure time for your exhibit.
Flexible Exhibit hours - Your table will be reserved for you the entire weekend, but it is your choice to use it when you please, and spend as much or as little time there as desired.
1. Emory facilities are providing tables & chairs to exhibitors free of charge.
2. Table dimensions are 6 feet x 2.5 feet.
3. You may have to share a table with another exhibitor, depending on the total number of exhibits.
4. You must bring your own tablecloth or covering, as Emory is unable to provide tablecloths and the tabletops are sturdy but not visually appealing.
No electrical outlets at tables. While you may be lucky enough to find a table beside one of the few outlets in the exhibit area, please to not plan to have access to one at your table. If you would like, you may bring a laptop or rechargeable electronic that you may recharge during low traffic times. Electrical outlets are available at every seat in SOM rooms 110, 120, and 130, so feel free to attend presentations while charging your electronics! There are also outlets available in all of the small meeting rooms in SOM, which are available on a first come, first serve basis.
Due to the risk of balloons getting lost in the high ceilings at Emory, facilities staff has asked that we not bring any helium-filled balloons.
Emory has asked that we do not attach (tape, staple, tack, etc)
ANYTHING to the walls to protect them from damage. However, feel
free to attach anything you wish to the tables & chairs.
While the deadline has passed for making your books available through the Emory bookstore…You are welcome to sell books or other items independently at your exhibit table
TONY 201-675-5821 email@example.com
AUSTIN 720-839-4415 firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTENDING SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS:
We hope you plan to attend many of the speaker sessions. The best approach would be to bring at least one other person with you so that they can go to sessions which particularly relate to your good work. In that way, you can connect with many more people and organizations, and increase your odds of making valuable connections and contacts. We also are encouraging speakers and attendees who are looking for volunteer opportunities to visit the exhibit area.