2020 Exhibitor Information

2020 HBCU Week Exhibit Information

 

2020 NATIONAL HBCU WEEK CONFERENCE

SEPTEMBER 20-24, 2020| Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel, Washington, DC

Exhibitor space will be limited. 

2020 HBCU Week Exhibitor Application

EXHIBIT OVERVIEW

Exhibiting at the conference provides an opportunity for a company, agency or organization to exhibit products, services and organizational opportunities.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Complete the Exhibitor Application in its entirety.
  2. Save the form using your organization’s name.
  3. Submit the form by email to oswhi-hbcu@ed.gov, Subject line: 2020 HBCU Week Conference Exhibitor Application no later than May 17, 2020.

ELIGIBILITY

The Initiative reserves the right to select organizations on best fit according to information provided.

  • Applicant must represent organization that provides products/services to institutions of higher education, their faculty, staff, students and the communities they serve.
  • Exhibits are not intended to sell, promote or endorse products or services (i.e., Magazine/Book sales, clothing sales, membership drives, etc. are prohibited)
  • Only complete applications will be considered.

DEADLINE & SELECTION TIMELINE

  • Application deadline is May 17, 2020.
  • Selection notification on or before June 15, 2020.
  • Load in information will be provided to Approved Exhibitors on or before July 30, 2020.

COST

There is no cost to exhibit, however exhibitors that require Wi-Fi access, electricity, parking or other AV support will need to coordinate those services with the venue directly.

SPACE ALLOCATION

Space is limited therefore, exhibitors are encouraged to arrange fun, interactive tabletop displays.  Smaller pop-up banners are also acceptable.

Exhibit space includes the following:

  • One 3’ x 6’ skirted table with two chairs
  • Inclusion of agency/organization name in the conference program
  • Access to the conference app to interact with participants and share information

NOTE: The Initiative recommends that federal agencies with multiple sub-agencies/bureaus work collaboratively.  Federal Agency subcomponents (agencies, bureaus, etc.) will be combined at the discretion of the Initiative.