ECNP offers companies the opportunity to present their digital health products and applications. This will be by means of table-top presentations during the coffee breaks, lunches and welcome drink.
If you are interested in joining the meeting with a table-top presentation, please send us an e-mail to the attention of Eline Keijer before 15 December 2021, including a short summary of the product and/or application you would like to present.
For a fee of EUR 2,000 (excluding VAT) the following is offered:
- High table
- Space for pull-up banner (to be provided by company)
- Electricity point
- Interaction with participants
- Sunday 13.30-14.00, 15.30-16.00 and 19.00-20.00
- Monday 10.00-10.30 and 12.00-12.30
- Free registration to attending the sessions
- High-level audience
The meeting is attended by representatives from IT, pharma and medical devices industry, regulators, and patient and family associations interested in discussing different points of view on how digital health is going to change the way clinical trials are run and the use of digital therapeutics for brain disorders. The meeting accommodates a maximum of 100 participants.
An invoice will be issued for the sponsor fee, payable within 15 days of invoice date. Payment should be made to the following bank account:
Account holder: Stichting ECNP Research and Scholarship foundation (ECNP R&S)
Bank name: Van Lanschot
Bank address: Hooge Steenweg 29, 5211 JN ’s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands
BIC/Swift code: FVLBNL22
The sponsor is prohibited from using any assigned space unless the sponsorship fee has been paid in full.
If ECNP R&S is faced with an event beyond its control and decides, at its sole discretion, that such event complicates or prevents its performance of any obligations under the contract, ECNP R&S shall be entitled, whether that event was foreseeable or not, to alter or cancel in full or in part the organised activity and/or any of its related elements (arrangements, timetables, plans, et cetera). Such events shall include: wars, strikes, lockouts, riots and other civil disturbances, nature events such as earthquakes, floods and droughts, pandemics, virus outbreaks, and any other causes, including the deterioration of any existing events. The company shall not be entitled to any compensation for damages that result from such alteration or cancellation.