Vendor Information

The Medical University of South Carolina is pleased to invite you to participate as a sponsor or exhibitor at the 7th Annual Update in Gastrointestinal & Hepatology Conference on October 9, 2021, in Charleston, SC. The sponsor/exhibitor space is designed to be very interactive and will be located in a high traffic area in the Queen Street Gallery. This conference provides a unique marketing opportunity for organizations that provide products and/or services to advanced endoscopy, general GI, IBD, and hepatology health professionals in the management and treatment of overall gut health. Pre-pandemic attendance was 140 attendees, including SCGA attendance.

Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities:

Tables: $1,500 per table for the entire event

Promotional Screen Time through the event:

  • 7:00am – 7:50am $100
  • 10:20am – 10:30am $25
  • 12:00pm – 12:45pm $100
  • 3:00pm – 3:15pm $15

Promotional Add-On Items: Personalize the goody bags with your personal logo that will go to every attendee

Item  Quantity Cost Per Item
 20"x8" Eco Friendly Tote Bag 150 $1,500
 Pens 250 $250
 Mugs 200 $1,200
 Fidget Spinner 150 $300
 Lanyards with badge holder  150 $600
 Highlighters   $300
 Koozies   $187.50
 Hand Sanitizer   $187.50
 Emoji Stress Ball   $600
 Power Bank   $750
 Lunch Box   $1,050
 Tumbler   $2,250
 Mini First Aid Kit   $450
 Promotional Screen Time - PM Break   $15
 Promotional Screen Time - Lunch   $100

Your investment as a sponsor/exhibitor will provide you:

  • Access to over 100 health professionals in Digestive Disease from all over the country with an interest in products and services they can use to help their patients.
  • In-Person Exhibit space and special exhibit times, so you have multiple opportunities to promote your product or service throughout the event.
  • Networking opportunities to engage participants, sponsors and exhibitors in one-on-one and group conversation.
  • Valuable exposure within the state while supporting Digestive Disease education and partnering with the Medical University of South Carolina.