Exhibit & Sponsor

Exhibit at the 2020 ACVP, ASVCP, ISACP Concurrent Annual Meeting

October 31-November 3
Marriott Downtown Hotel Magnificent Mile
Chicago, Illinois

Detailed information and the Contract Application can be found here.

Exhibitor/Sponsor Hosted Sessions

Exhibitor/Sponsor Hosted Sessions are commercially supported educational sessions held in conjunction with the ACVP Annual Meeting. Choose to reach our audience of attendees by offering an educational session.  The fee for an Exhibitor/Sponsor Hosted Session time slot is $2,500.  However, if you choose to exhibit, the Exhibitor/Sponsor Hosted Session will be discounted to $1,500. Detailed pricing and an application are available here.

Questions about the hosted sessions?  Contact Jane Shepard.


2020 Corporate Partner Opportunities

  • Sponsor an educational session or a social event
  • Underwrite attendee badges or another meeting materials and promote your brand 
  • Provide general support for the Annual Meeting or target a gift to benefit residents & veterinary students

Recognition can include signage, publications, logo visibility, recognition at the podium, the mobile app, and more.  

A variety of opportunities are available at different price points. 

More detailed information about sponsorship advantages are available here.

• Gain exposure to over 1,000 diagnosticians, educators, and researchers specializing in comparative and veterinary pathology.

• Increase your name recognition to the veterinary pathology community.

• 70% of attendees are involved in the decision-making process for purchasing equipment, products, or services for their programs. 

• Enhance your visibility in meeting publications and in Veterinary Pathology (the ACVP journal) and the ACVP newsletter.

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Amy Overby, ACVP Executive Director at +1-608-443-2466, ext. 149.


The ACVP/ASVCP Concurrent Annual Meetings are a unique convergence of veterinary pathologists and other biomedical professionals from all around the world. A blend of educational sessions, social events, career networking, and the exhibit area draw a consistently growing attendance of pharmaceutical scientists, diagnosticians, researchers, academics, and top business managers. The Annual Meeting is a central part of the veterinary pathology community’s efforts to maintain professional competency. Attendees come to learn what’s new in science, as well as in products and services that help them at their work.

The Exhibitor Showcase offers an unmatched opportunity for suppliers to reach the broad market serving our members. The restricted number of booths ensures that exhibitors don’t get lost in a crowd of competitors. Social events held in the exhibit area facilitate maximum traffic flow.

• Reach the largest audience of veterinary pathologists and veterinary clinical pathologists in one place at one time.

• Meet with attendees during unopposed time at an opening reception, refreshment breaks, and poster sessions held in the exhibit area.

• Make contacts at the trade show in an economical and effective way.


The American College of Veterinary Pathologists


• International organization for individuals specializing in veterinary and comparative pathology.

• Committed to fostering excellence in veterinary pathology to protect and improve animal, human, and environmental health to benefit society.

• 2,200 members, or Diplomates, reside in 25 countries and have all passed the certifying examination in veterinary anatomic and/or clinical pathology.

• All ACVP members have completed a degree in veterinary medicine and at least three years of post-veterinary school training.

• Many specialize with doctorates in toxicology, molecular biology, or other scientific fields.

• Diplomates work in academia, diagnostic labs, industry, or state or federal government agencies carrying out a diverse range of activities.



The American Society for Veterinary

Clinical Pathology


• Dedicated to the promotion of scientific advancement, education, and standards in veterinary laboratory medicine.

• 600 members include veterinary clinical pathologists and trainees, medical technologists, specialty veterinarians, and diagnosticians in veterinary and medical schools, biomedical and pharmaceutical companies, diagnostic and government laboratories, and private veterinary practices throughout the United States and in 19 countries worldwide.

• Dedicated to the promotion of scientific advancement, education, and standards in veterinary laboratory medicine.



The International Society of Animal

Clinical Pathology


The ISACP was founded in 1981 as the International Society of Animal Clinical Biochemistry and held its first meeting in Schwabisch Hall, West Germany in 1983. The aim of the Society, then as now, is to advance the science of animal clinical biochemistry and pathology by promoting and encouraging the study, practice, and advancement of knowledge within the discipline and facilitating global scientific exchange and networking. ISACP Biannual Congresses provide an international venue for scientific communication and education in all areas of clinical laboratory medicine, including basic research, technological advancements and diagnostic applications. ISACP members include more than 100 scientists, biochemists, and clinical pathologists from 31 countries around the world.


ACVP and ASVCP Annual Meeting Attendance

2019 Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX -- 1,082 attendees
2018 Annual Meeting, Washington, DC -- 1,092 attendees
2017 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia -- 983 attendees
2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana -- 1,081 attendees
2015 Annual Meeting*, Minneapolis, Minnesota -- 1,340 attendees
2014 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia -- 943 attendees
2013 Annual Meeting, Montréal, Québec -- 882 attendees
2012 Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington -- 1,032 attendees

*Combined meeting with the Society for Toxicologic Pathology (STP)

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