Dedicated to the study and conservation of Pacific Seabirds and their environment.

Sponsors & Exhibitors

Sponsors and exhibitors are important contributors to PSG’s Annual Meeting because they help to defray meeting costs, support student and non-US/Canada scientists, and enhance the meeting for all attendees.  PSG’s annual meeting attracts members and colleagues from more than 16 countries including United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Taiwan, and England.  The Annual Meeting is attended by up to 350 participants each year, and sponsors and exhibitors help to ensure the event is a success.

Sponsors

Sponsors that donate to the annual meeting are acknowledged on the website, meeting program, and during the meeting. All sponsors will be provided with a tax receipt. PSG members, non-member, non-profit organizations, companies, and agencies can provide sponsorship in a number of ways:

  • Donate via RegOnline to the student travel awards
  • Sponsor the meeting (suggested USD $50 minimum)
  • Sponsor the student-mentor session (suggested USD $100 minimum)
  • Sponsor a morning or afternoon tea/coffee break (suggested USD $250 minimum)
  • Sponsor an evening social or the poster session (suggested USD $500 minimum)

Sponsorship Package

  • Company logo on website
  • Company logo in printed program
  • Acknowledgement of your financial support during the opening welcome and closing banquet
  • Tax receipt with donation

Exhibitors

Exhibitors are invited to display and/or sell their products at the annual meeting and the PSG is excited to have seabird related products at the meeting.  Exhibitor tables are located in prominent locations in the meeting venue to maximize contact with attendees.  The PSG appreciates the presence of exhibitors at the annual meeting and does not charge for use of a table.  All exhibitors are encouraged to make a donation to the Student Travel Awards Fund or Silent Auction.

Exhibitor Package

  • Over 25 hours of exhibition time
  • One 30 x 6 skirted table per exhibitor
  • 1 complimentary registration or exhibitor badge (additional badges on request)
  • Opportunities to network with 250+ conference attendees
  • Exhibitor listing on the Conference website and company logo
  • Exhibitor description and contact information included in the conference program
  • Option to purchase value-added opportunities, including registration kit insert (USD $100) or printed ad in conference program (USD $200)
  • Tax receipt with donation to Student Travel Award Fund or Silent Auction

Please contact the Local Committee for more information about exhibiting and sponsoring this event. Email: locochair@pacificseabirdgroup.org

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PSG Secretary
Jane Dolliver
secretary@pacificseabirdgroup.org

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