Applications open for online exhibitions

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EWAHA 2021 opens further registration for online exhibition booths for a selected number of participants.

We will have a brand-new online platform where you will be enjoying vast visibility and a great opportunity to network and organize meetings with current and new partners all across Europe.

The European Week of Active & Healthy Ageing aims to be THE European networking & exchange platform for providing innovation support and inter-disciplinary cooperation for active & healthy ageing. It brings together collaboration partners from around Europe (from industry and academia to care providers and the older people themselves), who have a stake in promoting & supporting healthy ageing to innovate new service models, such as in health & care, lifelong learning and employment.

Its second edition will take place between 18 and 21 October 2021, online, consisting of interactive workshops, discussions, plenary sessions, exhibitions and match-making activities. The event will build on 10 years of legacy of the AAL Association’s AAL Forum, sharing knowledge and showcasing innovation at all levels in the active and healthy ageing sector.

Interested in applying?

You will have the opportunity to exhibit your work on a brand-new online platform, schedule networking meetings and increase the visibility of your work!

The registration is for free but the spaces for exhibitors are limited.

Criteria for applicants:

  • Available to take care of your booth from 18-21 October.
  • Have at least two representatives
  • Work in / Represent the Silver Economy sector

Read our exhibitor guidelines here

How to apply:

Please fill in this template to until 15 September, 2021.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions regarding the participation or the template.

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