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Please check back later for 2020 Exhibit Information!

The below information is from the 2019 AAA/CASCA Meeting in Vancouver, BC.

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The Basics

Join the American Anthropological Association, the Canadian Anthropology Society, and thousands of your anthropology friends and colleagues in Vancouver,BC from November 20 - 24, 2019 to build lasting connections, uncover new career and mentoring opportunities, and explore the latest research across the discipline — all while addressing today’s most pressing issues.This is the premier Anthropological event in the world, drawing more than 6,000 anthropologists from academic and practicing settings, providing a unique opportunity for exhibitors and sponsors to network,showcase products/services, and meet potential clients.

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Why Exhibit at the 2019 AAA/CASCA Annual Meeting?


Reach more than 6,000 anthropologists, both academic and practicing. Complimentary post-show attendee list is given to all exhibitors.

A pie chart outline of “Professionals vs. Student Demographics.” In red, Professionals are 61%. In blue, Students are 37%. In teal, Retired are 2%.   

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Ensure that your company brand is remembered by keeping your name and products in front of attendees at all times.

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Learn the latest trends and best practices in anthropological research and work at our Annual Meeting.
As an exhibitor, you have access to ALL educational sessions and receptions. For every 10’ x 10’ exhibit space, three (3) full conference registration badges are included.

A pie chart outline of “Attendee Demographics by Region” surrounding an outline silhouette of the United States with regions blocked in different colors. In red, Northeast is 24%. In blue, Midwest is 13%. In teal, West is 17%. In yellow, South is 22%. In beige, International is 24%.

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Learn what new issues anthropologists are facing in academia and in the field. Discover their concerns and how you can help to solve global problems.

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Showcase your books or journals to our attendees interested in advancing their education and publishing their own work.

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Provide attendees with innovations for their field. Give them hands-on demonstrations that will allow them to see how technology can revolutionize their work.

A picture of the Vancouver Convention Centre at dusk with lights on in the glass building sitting on the edge of the water. 

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Already an Exhibitor? 

If you’re already joining us as an exhibitor in Vancouver, the online Exhibitor Services Kit will be available soon allowing you to:

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Please contact Liz Myers at emyers@americananthro.org or 571-483-1165.

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