Find our booth contract below.

Standard Booth

Cost: $2,950*
10 x 10 booth
*Fee includes 2 representatives.
Additional staff will be charged $400 to cover food & beverage for entire conference
Includes: 10 x 10 booth, Carpet, 2 chairs and 1 wastebasket. Top linen and front skirting

Exhibit Rental does not include:

Drayage, Decoration, Labor, Guard/Security Service, Cleaning or Janitorial Services, Electrical, Gas, Water, Internet Connection, Telephone Connection.

The space contracted for is to be used solely by the exhibiting company whose name appears on the Exhibitor Contract below and it is agreed that the exhibitor will not sublet or assign any portion of same.

ISLA2020 reserves the right to refuse acceptance of an exhibitor/sponsor application, if there’s a commercial conflict of interest with the Title Sponsor. Under such circumstance, no deposit will be taken.

In order for your chosen space to be reserved, ISLA2020 require a non-refundable payment in full. On receipt ISLA2020 will secure that position for the exhibiting company and commence marketing your presence in such areas as the official conference website.

ISLA2020 reserves the right to cancel the contract upon no less than five (5) days written notice to the exhibiting company and to regain the immediate possession of any space and to deny the exhibitor all further right to participate in the Trade Show in the event the exhibitor shall fail to pay ISLA2020. In the event the exhibitor violates any rules or regulations, ISLA2020 has at all times the right to regain the immediate possession of any space.

BOOTH ASSIGNMENT, DESIGN & TRADE SHOW FLOOR LAYOUT

ISLA2020 reserves the right to assign, designate or change booth locations. Further, ISLA2020 reserves the right to release and reallocate any exhibit space not secured within five (5) days of selection by a receipt of a signed and completed Exhibitor Contract. In the event an exhibitor reduces the size of their display after the Contract has been signed, ISLA2020 reserves the right to relocate the exhibitor to another location on the show floor and/or change the configuration of their space.

The aisles belong to ISLA2020, unless where otherwise noted by ISLA2020. Neither exhibits nor advertising material will be permitted to protrude into the aisles. ISLA2020 reserves the right to control and prohibit any disturbing noises produced by an exhibitor. No part of any exhibit may be more than eight feet (8′) high without written permission of ISLA2020. The side wing displays pipe racks and the like may be as much as eight feet (8′) high provided they do not extend out toward the aisle more than five feet (5′) from the back wall of the display. Any sides, etc., utilizing the remaining five feet (5′) out to the aisle may not be more than four feet (4′) high.

FREIGHT & WAREHOUSE SHIPMENTS

Exhibitors are responsible for coordination and payment of all their freight and labor to and from show site. If an exhibitor’s freight is still at show site at the end of the published hours for show dismantle, the hotel will place that freight with a freight carrier at the expense of the exhibiting company. Call Sharon Phillips on 954.540.1896 for details

PHOTOGRAPHY & TAPING

No photography and/or videotaping will be permitted without prior authorization by ISLA2020 Show Management.

INSURANCE

It is the sole responsibility of the exhibitor to obtain the appropriate amount and type of insurance to cover their property, agents or employees, from theft, damage by fire, accident, or any other cause. ISLA2020 will not be responsible for any injury that may occur at exhibits or to an exhibitor’s employees, or for the loss of, or damage to, any material from any cause whatsoever, whether in transit, or during the show.

EXHIBITOR DEMONSTRATIONS, HOSPITALITY SUITES, MEETING SPACE

Display or demonstration items outside the exhibit area or scheduling of private functions, cocktail parties, special events, etc. during the period of set-up, show days or dismantle will be permitted only with the written permission of ISLA2020. Neither models hired for your booth space nor booth personnel may walk the aisles of the Trade Show representing or promoting a company product. No canvassing, advertising, displaying, demonstrating, or distributing items and/or literature will be permitted outside the company’s own exhibit area without permission of ISLA2020. No materials or signs shall be posted, nailed or tacked to drapes or walls of the hotel hallways or Trade Show area. No flyers or other printed material will be allowed to be delivered to or placed under hotel guest room doors without Show Management’s consent.

EXHIBITOR’S RESPONSIBILITY

Exhibitor booths must be staffed at all times during the regular Trade Show hours. An exhibitor of the Trade Show, and affiliated agents or employees may not enter another exhibitor’s booth space without the latter exhibitor’s permission. Exhibitors shall abide by and observe all laws, rules and regulations of the federal, state, and city governments, as well as the conference and trade show facilities. All decorations and electrical wiring and fixtures must comply with local fire laws; state and local fire regulations must be followed. Exhibitors planning to serve or dispense food and/or beverages from their booths must contact the hotel.

Contact Sharon Phillips for information : +1 (954) 540-1896

Michael Ellenburg
ND

Dr. Ellenburg received his bachelor of arts in biology in 1994. He graduated from the Rollins School Public Health at Emory University with a Masters in Public Health in 1997. In 1997, he started his naturopathic medical education at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. In 2001 he graduated from Bastyr with his Naturopathic Medical Doctorate, and again in 2004 with a Masters Degree in Acupunture.

He is running a private practice in Anchorage, Alaska with focus on autoimmune diseases, cancer, cardiovascular disease, environmental medicine, pain management, men and women’s health, oxidative medicine (Ozone, UBI, Hydrogen Peroxide, Vitamin C), preventative medicine, and Low level laser therapy (LLLT).

Bruce Fishman
MD

At the office of Dr. Stem Cell, Bruce Fishman, MD, MPH, FICS, provides regenerative orthopedic care, in Encino, California. He has provided orthopedic care and treatment to the community in Los Angeles for over 25 years.

Dr. Fishman is a graduate of the Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. He graduated with honors, and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Medical Society. He is also a graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, where he earned his Master of Public Health degree. He received his orthopedic surgical training at the Henry Ford Hospital Medical Center in Detroit.

Dr. Fishman is a Diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery under the auspices of the American Academy of Neurologic and Orthopedic Surgeons. He is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Preventive Medicine, a fellow of the International College of Surgeons, and a fellow of the American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians. He is a California State licensed X-ray and fluoroscopy supervisor and operator by the Department of Health.

Dr. Fishman is a member of several medical societies, including the California Orthopedic Association, the International Spinal Injection Society, the American College of Sports Medicine, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and the California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery. He is also an affiliate of the Cell Surgical Network and their institutional review board where he provides stem cell treatment for musculoskeletal injuries and diseases.

Dr. Fishman has received multiple awards, including the distinction in medicine award for 25 years of medical service to the community, awarded by the Wayne State University School of Medicine. He was chosen for recognition, and included in the Guide to America’s Top Orthopedists by the Consumer Research Council of America. He is a frequent lecturer to groups and organizations on the medical apportionment of orthopedic permanent disability injuries.

Dr. Fishman is on staff at the Sherman Oaks Hospital and Health Center in the Departments of Surgery and Medicine. He also provides interventional services at the Regency Ambulatory Surgery Center in the San Fernando Valley.

Michael Weber
MD

Michael Weber has been working as a medical doctor in Germany for more than 20 years. Today he manages three medical centers for general and internal medicine, pain therapy, regenerative therapies (PRP, stem cells) and photodynamic tumor therapy.

Besides his medical degrees, he holds a diploma in biochemistry, which made a decisive contribution to the research and development of the new laser technology.

As president of the International Society for Medical Laser Applications (ISLA) and co-editor of several international medical journals, his focus is on research and publication of the new methods. For this purpose, he collaborates with numerous international institutions and universities.

The patented “Weberneedle”™ technology, which was developed by Dr. Weber himself, allows us to apply highly focused and efficient lasers of different wavelengths for the benefit of our patients’ health.