Sponsorship and Trade Exhibition Prospectus
On behalf of the Australian School Library Association Inc, we would like to extend an invitation to you and your organisation to participate in our upcoming national conference. It is anticipated that 300 delegates will attend this Hobart based event including teacher librarians, teachers, ICT educators, library technicians, library assistants, and administrators from government, Catholic and independent schools and universities across Australia.
Note: All booths have been sold and a waiting list has been set up should there be a cancellation by any current exhibitor.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. If interested please contact the Conference Secretariat.
The conference will be held at Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, Tasmania from Saturday 28th September to Tuesday 1st October.
Through the ASLA XXIII Conference Sponsorship and Trade program, which includes both sponsorship and trade fair exposure, your organisation can be recognised as a leader and supporter of the education and information profession.
The conference has been scheduled in order to allow delegates to make informed decisions about budgeting and purchases for their institution for 2014. If providing corporate sponsorship is an option for your organisation, you can do so by choosing from a variety of sponsorship options. A full prospectus, with sponsorship options and benefits outlined in full can be downloaded from this page.
Alternatively, if you are unable to commit to one of the sponsorship options, we are looking to incorporate sponsorship prizes in our program. If you are able to donate goods or services for this purpose, we would be happy to negotiate your inclusion in our list of sponsors.
Trade Exhibition opportunities also exist for optimum exposure to registrants during the day.
Secretariat contact information:
Australian School Library Association Incorporated
PO Box 155, Zillmere QLD 4034, Australia
Phone: 07 3633 0510
Email: ASLA XXIII Biennial Conference
Last updated: 5/20/2014 10:19:03 PM