Call for Exhibitors & Sponsors

Autism Conference & Expo of Georgia
May 15-16, 2019
Atlanta, Georgia

Why this is an event you can't miss:

  • 250-350 attendees
  • Showcase your program, products, and services to a targeted audience
  • Expand your network of contacts
  • Meet statewide change makers
  • Learn about new trends, skills and research
  • Demonstrate your commitment to the autism community
  • Associate your organization with the GSU Center for Leadership in Disability
Georgia State University Center for Leadership in Disability

What

The Autism Conference & Exposition of Georgia is the product of an alliance of leading autism agencies, self-advocates, and family members. This conference is an important component of the Autism Plan for Georgia, facilitating collaboration among community partners and providing an unparalleled opportunity for sharing knowledge and resources.

When and Where

The 5th Annual Autism Conference & Exposition of Georgia will be held at Georgia State University’s Student Center on May 15 and 16, 2019. Exhibitor slots are for Thursday, May 16th only. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the conference is within close proximity to public transportation and the Georgia State Capitol.

Who Should Exhibit

For profit and nonprofit agencies can benefit from making face-to-face connections sharing their vision, products, and/or services with teachers, parents, researchers, direct service providers, and self-advocates.

Exhibitor Details

  • 6' Table
  • 2 Chairs
  • Two Full Conference Passes
  • Company name listed in
    conference program and website

Exhibitor Booth Rental Fee

$149 Nonprofit
$249 For Profit

Exhibitor Registration opens February 4th. Exhibitor registration and payment is required to secure space. Exhibitor applications are processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Conference pass grants access to all conference activities on both days.

About the Autism Plan for Georgia

The Autism Plan of Georgia envisions a high-quality, family and person-centered, comprehensive, and coordinated systems of services and supports that are accessible and available to children, youth, and adults with autism and related conditions. These services and supports are community-based, geographically convenient, culturally and linguistically appropriate and are designed to assist individuals to reach their full potential and improve their quality of life.

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Georgia State University Center for Leadership in Disability

Sponsorship Levels

Platinum

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Friends of

A la Carte Sponsorship Options

In-kind Donations (snacks/door prizes)

Conference Bag Inserts – $50

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Questions

Please contact the ACE Planning Committee at acega@gsu.edu if you have any additional questions. Up–to-date information about the Autism Conference and Expo of Georgia 2019 can be found at this website.