Exhibitors & Sponsors

Partners and Sponsors

 

The International Society of Surgery ISS/SIC organizes a biennial congress, the International Surgical Week (ISW) which usually gathers some 2’500 surgeons from around the world to discuss the major issues of the surgical world. Many of the delegates are decision-makers at their hospitals.

ISW is also the major meeting of the Integrated Societies (International Specialist Societies within the fields of Endocrine, Trauma, Nutrition, Breast, and Digestive Surgery as well as Anaesthesia). Additionally, the Participating Societies and local societies join the congress and provide a scientific program.

A technical exhibition is organized in close conjunction with the congress where companies related to surgical fields but also non-medical companies may promote their products.

 

ISW is highlighted in the following promotional documents:

  • First Announcements
  • Preliminary Program and Call for Abstracts (on-line publication)
  • Advertising in selected surgical journals
  • Up dated website
  • Electronic and printed newsletters

Sponsorship & Exhibition opportunities include (but are not limited to):

  • General Sponsorship (Platinum, Gold, Silver)
  • Sponsored/Scientific Sessions
  • Sponsored items (Congress Kits, Badge Lanyards, Food & Beverage, etc.)
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Internet Lounge
  • Exhibition Booths
  • Advertisements (Webpage Banners, Preliminary & Final Program, Abstract Book, Newsletters, Inclusion in Congress Bags)

For detailed information and negotiations, you may contact the ISS/SIC Administrative Office.

 

Congresses & Events


Attendance and exhibition details of the recent congresses

 

Year Congress City Country Number of
Delegates
Number of Acc. Persons Exhibition Space 
2019 48th Krakow Poland 2’050   300 m2
2017 47th Basel Switzerland 1’750   150 m2
2015 46th Bangkok Thailand 2’500    
2013 45th Helsinki Finland 2’050    
2011 44th Yokohama Japan 1’700 150 300 m2
2009 43rd Adelaide Australia 1’400 250 400 m2
2007 42nd Montréal Canada 1’300 450 450 m2
2005 41st Durban South Africa 1’900 550 950 m2
2003 40th Bangkok Thailand      
2001 Centennial Brussels Belgium 1’800 300 450 m2
1999 38th Vienna Austria 1’900 450 500 m2
1997 37th Acapulco Mexico 2’300 600 700 m2
1995 36th Lisbon Portugal 2’000 450 350 m2
1993 35th Hong Kong Hong Kong 2’050 550 550 m2
1991 34th Stockholm Sweden 2’100 500 1200 m2
1989 33rd Toronto Canada 1’800 500 700 m2
1987 32nd Sydney Australia 1’650 400 600 m2
1985 31st Paris France 1’500 500 700 m2
1983 30th Hamburg Germany 1’200 350 1200 m2
1981 29th Montreux Switzerland 900 350 550 m2


 

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