Why exhibit at ESHRE 2018

It’s all about exposure…

The ESHRE Annual Meeting is the biggest international event of the year for a lot of exhibitors. It offers you a great opportunity to network with experts in reproductive medicine and science.

You will have the opportunity to meet (potential) customers, to have great visibility and to expand your global reach.

The exhibition will be officially opened with a Welcome Reception for all delegates at 8 p.m. on Sunday, 1 July 2018, immediately following the Opening Ceremony of the Annual Meeting.
ESHRE also aims to bring the delegates together at fixed times during the congress by arranging complementary coffee breaks and lunch breaks in the exhibit hall.

You will also have the chance to maximise your exposure thanks to the Sponsorship Opportunities that ESHRE is offering you. You can find the different Sponsorship opportunities here 

Check out what some of our loyal exhibitors have to say:

International exposure

In the top 5 you will see three European countries and two non-European – This ratio is also reflected in the overall distribution of delegates where we see in between 60-70% delegates from within Europe and around 30-40% from non-European countries as shown in the following graphs summarizing attendance to our previous Annual Meeting held in Geneva, Switzerland.




Overall, no less than 117 different nationalities were represented at our 2017 Annual Meeting. You can also find a listed overview of the participants per country here

While participation fluctuated over the years, we have witnessed an average attendance of more than 8000 registered participants (i.e. not including exhibitors).

Attendees main programme   8.354
Exhibitors  1.698 
Visitors  319
Press  26
Grand total  10.397



Product exposure

While the meeting in general offers an ideal opportunity for networking, the exhibit area is undoubtedly the place to be to promote products and services to a wide range of professionals in the field going from clinicians to laboratory directors and technicians, researchers, nurses and other allied personnel.