Put your brand at the heart of the Chile's biggest event on Environmental Odour Management.

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Put your brand at the heart of the Chile's biggest event of environmental Odour Management.

The Seminar on Environmental Odour Management is Chile's first ever organized at an international level. This 2-days seminar will take place in the beautiful city of Santiago in Chile.

As an independent technical organization, olores.org helps to disseminate the information about odour management in the environment and this time we count on the official support of the Environmental Ministry of Chile and with the help of the Chilean company Ecometrika.

Check the official website of the event here:

http://www.olores.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=36&Itemid=289&lang=es


This Seminar is also the only truly global meeting place for Industry, Scientifics Technicians, and regulators in the subject of odour management.

BENEFITS OF SPONSORSHIP

  •     Great brand awareness and exposure
  •     Engage with a senior audience and key decision-makers
  •     Reach the advertising community and clients directly
  •     Meet both new and existing clients from around the globe
  •     Be associated with the technical independent organization olores.org.

 Seminar 2014 in numbers:

  • 2 Days
  • Over 100 Delegates from many Countries.
  • Industry and regulators from Chile and other South American countries invited.

     

  • 42.000 page views of olores.org so far in the year 2013.
  • 23.000 unique visits in 2013.
  • Well over 20.000 first time visits in 2013.
  • Over 3.000 returning visits in 2013.
  • Over 650 people just in our mailing list in Spanish.
  • See our stats here.


    

Sponsorship

Includes:

Exhibit Space

  • Booth at the entrance of the event
  • 3 free passes as participant

Publicity

  •     Inclusion of logo on event poster
  •     Inclusion of logo on flyers and  specialized web site banners
  •     Inclusion of logo on participant certificates
  •     Space on the main room, to put a banner (200 cm x 90 cm) .

Price as sponsor: US $3.000.- + Tax

Exhibition Area (Booths / Banners):

The exhibition area will be located at the entrance of the main room, where the presentations will take place. In addition, the reception and coffee break are located in the same area, and for that reason we make possible for your company to have the best  diffusion.

bannerNormal Booth

Include:

  • Promotion as exhibitor on the Seminary
  • 2 free pass as participant
  • 50% discount  at the final price of the Seminary's dinner
  • Table and chair

Price of Booth: US $1.200.- + Tax

Banner

  • Promotion on the seminary
  • 50% discount at the final price of the Seminary's dinner
  • The banner should have  the following dimensions:  200 cm x 90 cm  (support included)

Price of Banner: US $515.- + Tax

 

   Please note that we will include the logos in the website strictly on first-come, first-served (FCFS) basis, so the next logo will be placed just below the logos of the Ministry of Environment ecometrika in the official website of the event. The following sponsorships will be placed below your logo, and so on.

  


 

   For any question you may have please contact us at

   For phone contact you can either call to Ms. Jéssica Morales, at the number (02) 2623 1562 Annex 104 or to this skype id.

   You can download this information here:

 

 

 

 

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