AAPG International Conference and Exhibition (ICE)

Gain More Visibility with a Broader Audience at ICE 2018

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Exhibit/Sponsor Brochure

Place your brand in front of an audience of geoscience professionals from around the world. ICE 2018 in Cape Town, held 4-7 November 2018 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, will be co-located with Africa Oil Week (AOW) giving you and your brand a unique opportunity to gain more visibility with a broader audience at no added expense.

ICE welcomes all attendees from both events to visit the exhibit floor, allowing you the chance to network and engage with C-level executives from NOCs, IOCs, Governments, and other geo-service providers.

Most Attendees by Country of Origin Include
1) United States 2) United Kingdom 3) Canada 4) Brazil 5) Australia6) Colombia 7) Norway 8) Indonesia 9) Italy 10) Singapore 11) Saudi Arabia

Why Exhibit?
  • Get both audiences with one booth at ICE
  • Pave the way for tomorrow’s sales by building your brand
  • Launch and promote new and key product lines
  • Close sales by meeting directly with decision makers 

Featured Exhibit Item:
Booth space starting as low as US $325/m2 – contact your representative below for more details

 
Why Sponsor?
  • Build your brand with geoscientists and decision makers 
  • Gain international exposure to over 60 countries
  • Position your brand with leaders in exploration 
  • upport the next generation geoscientist

Featured Sponsor Item:
ICE Mobile App Sponsorship Available – contact your representative below for more details

 
ICE By the Numbers
LONDON
2,109 attendees
70 exhibitors
79 countries represented
95% non-U.S. attendees
 
ISTANBUL
1,446 attendees
45 exhibitors
67 countries represented
83% non-U.S. attendees
 
CARTAGENA
1,912 attendees
77 exhibitors
51 countries represented
74% non-U.S. attendees 
SINGAPORE
2,122 attendees
91 exhibitors
62 countries represented
89% non-U.S. attendees
MILAN
1,989 attendees
71 exhibitors
70 countries represented
80% non-U.S. attendees

MELBOURNE
1,386 attendees
40 exhibitors
39 countries represented
97% non-U.S. attendees



Act Fast to Get the Best Possible Booth Space and Sponsorships Packages

Mike Taylor
Exhibition SalesManager
Tel: (+1 918 630 5672)

Tracy Thompson
Exhibition SalesRepresentative
Tel: (+1 918 560 9414)

Vesna Vokins
Exhibition SalesRepresentative
Tel: (+1 647 984 5112) 

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