2012 Annual Meeting Exhibits

Why Should I Sponsor or Exhibit?

  • The ASIS&T Annual Meeting is attended by more than 1,000 information science professionals, including decision-makers and others influential in the buying process. 
  • The ASIS&T Conference provides a high impact, low cost, sales opportunity. Space is limited. No Booths - Table tops to minimize your cost and to maximize your interaction with ASIS&T attendees. 
  • Exhibit location is designed to focus attention on your products and services. 
    Receive complimentary meeting registration and labels of advance and final meeting registrants. 
  • Product demonstration sessions provide a setting for in-depth demonstrations of cutting-edge products and services. Attendance can be by invitation only. 
  • Receive significant discounts on program brochure and proceedings advertising 

There are Many Ways to Exhibit!

Sponsorships - get your company noticed by sponsoring Conference Bags, the Welcome Reception and more
Table Top Displays - reserve a table top to display your product(s) and literature 
Product Demonstrations - demonstrate your latest product(s) in a special 90 minute session
Portfolio Service - include your product, literature or logo in meeting attendee materials
Program Advertising - place your ad in the Meeting Program
Book Displays - exhibit your book(s) on the ASIS&T Annual Conference Publishers Table

What is ASIS&T?

For more than 70 years, the Association for Information Science and Technology has been the leader in keeping information professionals, information research managers, librarians, records managers, and others who “bridge-the-gap” between the present and future, between research and application, and between developer and user. ASIS&T helps its 4000 members and its conference participants meet the challenges of today and prepare for tomorrow

Who are ASIS&T Members?

ASIS&T members are leaders in their field and early adopters of new technology.

Member Job Types Include:
35% corporate
45% academic
20% government or non-profit

42% hold management positions
22% hold senior management positions