Important planning information and answers to frequently asked questions.
Your virtual booth goes live on April 19, 2021.
A training session that will include instructions on how to update and man your booth, will be provided in late-March/early-April. Details will be sent to all confirmed exhibitors in mid-March.
Social Media Tips
You can use your normal social media postings as opportunities to promote your virtual participation, activities, sessions you are interested in or events you are attending. The more you post, the more attention you’ll bring to your participation, your booth, and AIHce EXP in general.
When posting on any social media channel about AIHce EXP (AIHA uses Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram), use #AIHceEXP. Don’t forget to link back to the conference website, AIHceEXP.org. You may also include AIHA’s Twitter handle (@AIHA).
Visually Promote Your Participation
We’ve made it incredibly easy to promote your participation by using a pre-made icon as your picture.
Right-click over the image you wish to download and select "Save Image as...," then upload to your favorite social media tool(s) or email signature!
Please review the list of Official AIHce EXP Publications and Contractors before responding to any solicitations you may receive.
AIHA has learned of several fraudulent companies attempting to do business with AIHce EXP exhibitors.
PLEASE DO NOT FALL FOR THESE SCAMS.
HOTEL ROOMS: AIHA/AIHce EXP will not contact you by telephone to make your hotel reservations.
Please be vigilant if dealing with companies or services – other than Maritz Global Events – that imply or claim an affiliation with AIHce EXP.
We have been made aware of other housing companies that may be aggressively pursuing you or your company to book your guest rooms through their company claiming “significant discounts” or “almost sold out statuses" at hotels. Unfortunately, some past attendees and exhibitors have fallen prey to these companies and have either lost their deposits, been relocated with little or no warning, not had the guest rooms they thought they had booked, or not received reservations at the hotel they had thought were confirmed. This has caused great hardships and significant financial loss to these companies and individuals.
Reservations made through an agency other than Maritz Global Events will be at your own risk.
ATTENDEE LISTS: Unfortunately, this sales tactic has become more common for association annual meetings and trade shows in recent years. Software programs "crawl" association websites to harvest usable email addresses, which scammers then contact.
AIHA neither sells its meeting registration lists nor authorizes any third party to distribute or sell AIHce EXP or other attendee lists related to any AIHA event.
If you are contacted by a company claiming to have access to an AIHce EXP attendee list, do not respond to their message, even to "unsubscribe" to additional messages, as this informs the sender that your email address is active and will usually result in additional unwanted email.
Interested in purchasing an AIHce EXP 2021 Attendee Mailing List?
Attendee mailing lists* are available for purchase through our Exhibits Department. Contact us for more information.