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Partnership Guide 2017

EuroPCR is the official annual Meeting of the European Association for Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI)

16-19 May 2017 Palais des Congrès Paris, France


Contacts Europa Group CEO

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Thierry Herbreteau therbreteau@europa-organisation.com

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Frédéric Doncieux fred.doncieux@europa-dp.com

Patrick Jolly pjolly@europa-organisation.com

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Editorial The EuroPCR Board keeps on renewing the content of the Course year after year, not only by legitimately incorporating the hot topics of the moment but also by launching new formats of educative sessions and alternative ways to share knowledge, experience and practice. In a nutshell, the EuroPCR Board of Directors commits to innovation and the development of a high-value learning experience and networking opportunities for the participants and the supporting Industry Partners. Isn’t it an invitation for you, Industry Partners, to dare try new ways to support EuroPCR and the interventional cardiovascular community of healthcare professionals? In that direction, starting from January 2018, the new EUCOMED code governing the relationship between European healthcare professionals and the industry in the context of medical conferences is clearly an opportunity to innovate and dare go towards new solutions. High value learning experience is an ambition shared by all EuroPCR Board Members and contributors in designing the Scientific Programme. This Partnership Guide offers you many tracks to accompany or even nurture this aspiration and support the community that your selection becomes strategic. Check it throughout the following pages. Allow us to dwell upon specific opportunities that fully align with and support PCR ambitions: • The EuroPCR Training Village offers a variety of training resources you developed for the community, be it on technologies, clinical indications or care services successful since reinforced focus by the Board of Directors • The newly developed packages for smaller players, combines your booth with adverts in the popular Daily Wire • The Sponsored sessions (TNT including LIVE cases, Symposia, Case-in-Point sessions) receive a unique support in their design and development by the Board of Directors, i.e. individual conference calls to validate your learning objectives and provide their expert insights • The EuroPCR 2017 highlights videos are distributed to the whole PCR community • The PCR App is user-friendly and your best friend to plan the Course, live EuroPCR 2017, and connect with the community Commitment to quality is part of our DNA. Please keep on challenging us and providing solutions that we may not have thought of. As the organisation team supporting EuroPCR, we serve the initiatives of the Course Directors by creating value-adding sponsorship opportunities. Join this community by strengthening its goals to share knowledge, experience and practice. Become a PCR Member!

Thierry Herbreteau Europa Group CEO

Patrick Jolly Director - PCR Strategic & Market Development

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Industry partners are part of the PCR community Our sincere thanks to the industry partners, scientifi c societies, medical institutes and journals who contributed to the success of EuroPCR 2016 through their presence in the exhibition hall, support of a scientifi c session, or via PCRonline and EuroIntervention Journal throughout the year.

Industry Partners • 3D Systems, Simbionix • Abbott • Abiomed • ACIST • Acrostak • Adept Medical • Alvimedica • American College of Cardiology • Andanza • APT Medical • Asahi Intecc • B.Braun Melsungen • Balton • Bentley InnoMed • Biosensors • Biotronik • Boston Scientific

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• Cardialysis • Cardinal Health Inventory Management Solutions • CardioBridge • Cardionovum • Celonova Biosciences • CERC (Cardiovascular European Research Center) • Concept Medical • Control Medical Technology • Cook Medical • Cordis, a Cardinal Health Company • Coronado Medical • DGMR/Global Intercepts • Direct Flow Medical • EBIT - Esaote Group • Edwards Lifesciences

• Elixir Medical • Envision Scientific • Eurocor • GE Healthcare • Genae Associates • Goodman Co. • Heartstitch • Hexacath • i-cor • IDA Ireland • IHT - Cordynamic • IMDS • iVascular • JenaValve Technology • Lepu Medical • MAVIG • MDT X-Ray


• Medis Medical Imaging Systems • Medtronic • Mentice • Meril Life Sciences • Merit Medical • MicroPort • Minvasys • Mitralign • Multimedics • Natec Medical • Novella Clinical • NVT • Occlutech • Opsens • OrbusNeich • Perouse Medical • Philips Volcano • Pie Medical Imaging • Qualimed • RenalGuard • REVA Medical • Rontis • S3V Vascular Technologies • Siemens Healthcare • Sino Medical Sciences Technology Inc. (SINOMED) • SIS Medical • SMT

• St.Jude Medical • Stentys • Sungwon Medical • SurModics/Creagh Medical • Svelte Medical Systems • Symetis • Terumo • The Medicines Company • Toray • Translumina • Tryton Medical • Valtech Cardio • Vascular Solutions • Zoll Medical Corporation • Worldwide Innovations & Technologies (RADPAD) • Caliber Therapeutics • HLT • Shockwave Medical • Sorin • Tendyne

StartingBlock suites • Caliber Therapeutics • Guidewave • HLT • MVRx • ShockWave Medical

Conference and Media Partners • AICT Congress 2016 • CardioAlex • Cardiovascular News • CBS & JCIC, NJ, China • CIT • CRTonline • EAPCI • European Society of Cardiology • EVToday CIToday • Incathlab • JIM 2017 • Radcliffe Cardio • Stent For Life • TCT • TCTAP 2017 • TOBI 2016 • Wisepress

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2016 facts and figures

Healthcare professionals geographical breakdown Africa 543

Americas 747

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ESC National and Affiliated Scientific Societies and EAPCI Working Groups • Algerian Society of Cardiology (SAC) • Argentinian College of Interventional Cardioangiologists (CACI) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Austrian Society of Cardiology • Belgian Working Group on Interventional Cardiology (BWGIC) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & Herzegovina • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Bulgarian Society of Cardiology • The Cyprus Interventional Cardiology Working Group • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Croatian Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Czech Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Percutaneous Coronary Interventions of the Danish Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Egyptian Society of Cardiology (EWGIC) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Finnish Society of Cardiology • Atheroma Coronary and Interventional Cardiology Group of the French Society of Cardiology (GACI) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology (AGIK) of the German Society of Cardiology (DGK) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Hellenic Cardiological Society • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Hungarian Society of Cardiology • Iranian Society of Interventional Cardiology (ISOIC) • Working group on Interventional Cardiology of the Irish Cardiac Society • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Israel Heart Society • Italian Society of Invasive Cardiology (GISE) • Italian Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Society (SICVE) • Jordan Group on Interventional Cardiology (JGIC) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Kazakhstan Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Latvian Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Lebanese Society of Cardiology • Luxembourg Society of Cardiology

• Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the former Yougoslav Republic of Macedonia Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Moroccan Society of Cardiology (SMC) • Moldavian Working Group on Interventional Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Norwegian Society of Cardiology • Association on Cardiovascular Interventions of the Polish Cardiac Society (ACVI) • Portugese Association of Interventional Cardiology (APIC) • Romanian Working Group on Interventional Cardiology • Russian Scientific Society of Interventional Cardioangiology (RSICA) • Siberian Association of Interventional Cardioangiologists • Saudi Arabian Cardiac Interventional Society of the Saudi Heart Association (SACIS) • Scottish Cardiac Society (SCS) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Serbian Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Invasive and Interventional Cardiology of the Slovak Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Acute Cardiology of the Slovenian Society of Cardiology • South African Society of Cardiovascular Intervention (SASCI) • Vascular Society of Southern Africa (VASSA) • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Spanish Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Swedish Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology and ACS of the Swiss Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Dutch Society of Cardiology • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology of the Tunisian Society of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery (GTCI) • Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions of the Turkish Society of Cardiology (TAPCI/TSCInterventions) • Turkish Society of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery • Association of Interventional Cardiologists of Ukraine (UAIC) • British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS)

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Advertising and promotion PCR Trials Free access to a unique resource tool for interventional practitioners. This multimedia publication is available in website, App, book form, and updated with new contents four times a year. This educational tool enables fast and easy access to the most recent studies in interventional cardiology. Each trial is presented in a uniform one-page format with a title, objectives, design, results and a conclusion as phrased by the authors.

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Rate : ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€70,000 Exclusive to one Partner only

Order before 1 February 2017 - send your artwork before 2 March 2017

Course Programme web banner PCRonline is the official PCR Courses website, connecting the interventional cardiovascular community through an online interactive educational platform. It is the only web space featuring the full Programme and all contents from the Course. In 2017, participants will register via PCRonline.com, which will result in an important increase in traffic. It is the only advertising spot available on the Programme and guarantees high visibility for only 3 partners. Your banner (along with the 2 other Partners’ banner) will be displayed successively for 2 months. Rate: .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€4,000 Offer limited to 3 partners, first-come, first-served basis

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Advertising and promotion On-site promotion tools Water coolers Display your brand at the heart of the Palais des Congrès. Your logo here! Don’t miss the opportunity to reach 12,000+ participants who will inevitably stop at one of these environmentally friendly water dispensers during the 4-day Course. Place your logo on each of them for maximum advertising exposure during the event.

Rate: ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................on request

Order before 2 March 2017

Hotel key cards Make sure to be in the participants’ pockets! Viewed multiple times per day, hotel key cards reveal your brand message again and again. Distributed to Méridien and Hyatt hotel guests at check-in to access their rooms, high-quality, durable hotel key cards will ensure your brand exposure to participants including Faculty and VIP. Take the opportunity to be seen and remembered with this highly visible vehicle! Rate for the duration of the Course...........................................................................................................................................................................................on request Cards are fully customisable with your artwork and will be printed on both sides.

Order before 5 January 2017

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Advertising and promotion Escalator windows The escalator windows are the unique advertising locations within the Palais des Congrès. A very efficient space to display your messages, capturing the participants attention while they are waiting on the escalator’s stairs. Only few spaces are available, be quick to secure yours!

• Specifications Please refer to the specifications that are provided in the following pages according to the escalator that was assigned to you.

• File nomenclature Please name your files as follows: COMPANY NAME_WINDOW LETTER - Example: EUROPA_WINDOW A

• Printing provider – VIParis VIParis is responsible for the printing and installation of your artwork at the Palais des Congrès. Please send the artwork as a high-definition PDF file corresponding to your escalator’s specifications to: Contact: Ms Claire BOSSUET Email: claire.bossuet@viparis.com

• Deadlines Pass for print: 3 April 2017 Final pass for print: 10 April 2017 We cannot guarantee that files received after this deadline will be printed.

Rate: Level 1...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€10,500 Level 2...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€8,500

For more information, please contact: exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Advertising and promotion Escalator windows Technical Requirement SOFTWARE USED : CS4 • Preparing documents, compositions and artwork (XPRESS, INDESIGN, ILLUSTRATOR) - Drax up your documents to 1/10th of their final size - Create your documents using the CMYK or Pantone subtractive colour model - Use vector-based graphics for Illustrator documents. A Mac Fonts folder should be included when you send the folder for documents produced using XPRESS, INDESIGN, ILLUSTRATOR - For vector-based logos, if possible – and provided quality is not adversely affected – Photoshop files should not be imported at more than 100% of their original size. - Illustrator files should be saved in EPS format (vectorbased fonts) - Leave a 5mm bleed on XPRESS and INDESIGN layouts.

• Preparing image Files (Photoshop) - PCreate your image using the CMYK or Pantone subtractive colour model - Final file size 300 DPI at 1/10th scale (of the finale format) - Files should be saved in EPS format - Fronts must be vector-based Include a match proof for each production folder (Chromalin or Iris colour-proof, or other paper-based proof ) In all cases, include a PDF match for each graphic to be produced. For black and white graphics, the overprint option should no be activated. For other colours, this option, together with the transparency option, should be activated “if desired” (overprint with the addition of different colours)

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Advertising and promotion On-site promotion tools Poster display Looking for a high-impact advertising tool for your brand during the EuroPCR week? Here are the top reasons you should book posters: • Guaranteed exposure to your target audience • Cost effective • Extremely targeted • The ONLY poster displays available anywhere in the Palais des Congrès • Limited number available

6 posters: ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€4,200 Up to 6 posters strategically displayed on the ground floor of the Palais des Congrès - guaranteeing optimal exposure for your brand as participants make their way to the Course.

• Combination of one multi-display screen located in the registration area (displays up to 3 posters) and three printed posters in the Palais des Congrès.

Order before 1 February 2017 - send your artwork before 3 April 2017

Bag insertion Put your brand directly in the hands of healthcare professionals with a bag insertion. Healthcare professionals receive their own bag upon registration - it’s your chance to grab their attention, communicate key information on an Sponsored session or invite them to your booth. An indispensible part of your promotional Programme at EuroPCR!

Technical requirements available by November 2016. Send a PDF of your insertion for approval by Europa Organisation. Without prior approval, your insert will not be inserted and no refund will be made.

Bag insertion ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€2,750

Order before 3 April 2017 - delivery 14 April 2017

To place your order, contact: exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Advertising and promotion On-site promotion tools Delegate bags Have your company name on the item most reused by healthcare professionals! The delegate bag is extremely popular every year thanks to a durable and lightweight design. Sponsorship of the delegate bag goes to one company only and is an excellent way to ensure your brand is seen far and wide. We take care of the design and production - you simply tick the box on the order form.

YOUR LOGO

Rate: ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................on request

Order before 5 January 2017 To place your order, contact: exhibition@europa-organisation.com

Branded notepad and pen set Yes, the pen is mightier than the sword! Provided to healthcare professionals, the notepad and pen are extremely useful for participants to take notes during the many sessions they will attend. Guarantee high exposure for your company - have your logo on both the pen and notepad. All you have to do is provide us with your logo!

Rate: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€18,000

Order before 5 January 2017 To place your order, contact: exhibition@europa-organisation.com

EuroPCR Programme at a Glance This printed brochure is the perfect addition to the Course App allowing each participant to quickly know what’s going on and where! The Programme at a Glance is distributed to each participant at their arrival at the Palais des Congrès. It gathers an overview of the sessions’ key information about their topic, time and location in chronological order. Take this unique chance to be in every participant’s hands during EuroPCR 2017. Rate: ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€15,000

Order before 5 January 2017 To place your order, contact: kwatson@europa-organisation.com Exclusive offers EuroPCR 2017 Partnership Guide 25


Advertising and promotion On-site promotion tools Lunch bags Instantly noticeable by their bright colors, the lunch bags are a unique way to gain recognition for your brand whilst busy physicians stop to recharge their batteries during the Course. Your logo will be featured on the thousands of lunch bags distributed everyday during lunch breaks. Once in the hands of participants, your brand will be in plain view and will spread throughout the Palais des Congrès.

Non-contractual photo Rate per day:....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€5,000 Rate for the 4 days of the Course:...........................................................................................................................................................................................on request

Order before 2 March 2017

Charging Towers Display your logo on the mobile device charging t­owers available throughout the conference site as an exclusive sponsor! Be visible in 6 strategic locations within the Palais des Congrès.

Non-contractual photo

Rate: ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€20,000

Order before 5 January 2017

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Advertising and promotion Video offers The medium not to miss! Physicians spend an average of 6 hours per week watching videos online. Session webcast Do not restrict the audience to physicians present in the room! Expand your audience online by having your session video-recorded and broadcasted online. Offer including: • On-site HD video recording • One round of editing • Online publication on the PCRonline website • Promotional campaign on Facebook • Breaking news on the PCRonline website • Web stastitics update

Standard rate:..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€8,500 Promotional rate when booked at the same time as your session:..........................................................................................................................€6,500 IMPORTANT: special rate on your post-event emailing campaign to promote your video:......................................................................€6,500 +51% views in average on videos promoted with an emailing campaign

Order before 14 April 2017

Post-session wrap-up interview Emphasis the messages of your scientific session. Have 2 or 3 selected Speakers review and discuss the key findings in the PCR TV studio. Offer including: • Invitation of 3 Speakers from your session on your behalf • Preparation is key! We will set up a call a few weeks prior to the Course with our medical editor for you to express your objectives • Briefing of the Speakers prior to the interview • One round of editing • Online publication on the PCRonline website and PCR Youtube channel

• Promotional campaign on Youtube • Breaking news on the PCRonline website • Web statistics update • Broadcasting rights and link to embed the video on your communications

Standard rate:..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€15,000 Promotional rate when booked at the same time as your session:.......................................................................................................................€13,000 IMPORTANT: Special rate on your post-event emailing campaign to promote your video:.....................................................................€6,500 +51% views in average on videos promoted with an emailing campaign

Order before 30 March 2017

For format, deadline, availability and up-to-date statistics, please contact Kirsty Watson: kwatson@europa-organisation.com

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Advertising and promotion Video offers Other video offers - on demand: PCR inside - get the expertise from the PCR TV team! Contact the team and share your objectives to get recommendations and choose the adequate format to create an impactful video programme. The team can guide you through the elaboration of editorialised video programmes (interview, roundtable discussion, webinar) or simply offer you technical support (live streaming, recording, ‌)

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I MPORTANT: free BONUS - promotion of your sessions and videos in the PCR e-communications! Before the Course: email including the details of all Sponsored sessions sent out to the pre-registered participants Right after the Course: email dedicated to the EuroPCR highlights sent out to the full PCR database After the Course: email linking to all Partners’ webcasts and wrap-up interviews sent out to the full PCR database

For format, deadline, availability and up-to-date statistics, please contact Kirsty Watson: kwatson@europa-organisation.com

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Advertising and promotion Advertising rules and requirements Advertising and final proofs For all printed documents, a final proof will be sent for approval before printing, except for: • The Daily Wire. As the Daily Wire is written on-site and printed overnight, all proofing is done by the team of journalists and / or Europa Group only • Online and smartphone advertising: no final proofing as we use only the files provided in the correct format Each offer systematically mentions a deadline for sending the files. This date is extremely important for your order to be taken into account correctly. If you do not meet the deadlines for providing files, we cannot guarantee that: • We will come back to you if the file is not technically compliant, or if it contains a visible error • We will accept a new version of the file if you have had to make a final change • For printed media, we will send you a digital final proof for validation before going to press

Content As an exhibitor, you are entirely responsible for the content of any advertisement ordered. This includes information related to your sessions (date, time, title) or booth number. To be compliant with the final official Programme, we advise you to use the same content validated by the EuroPCR Board of Directors.

Types of files Files for printing must be: • in PDF format, ready to print, with bleed and crop marks • 300 DPI minimum • CMYK colour Despite our efforts and our care, we cannot guarantee that colour rendering will be identical to the original.

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 Help us to help you! In our email exchanges, remember to clearly state the name of the exhibiting company in the subject line of your message. It’s simple but it will help us save time when processing your request!

Use of your logo in EuroPCR official communications Your logo may be used in different official EuroPCR communication media. In order to guarantee display and / or print quality, you must provide us with your logos in the following format: • bitmapped Illustrator or Photoshop EPS • minimum size: 15cm width and height, created at 300 DPI • CMYK colours

Use of the EuroPCR logo and visual identity The use of any EuroPCR branding tools and visuals (such as logos, images, graphics, graphic charts…) in any advertising, publicity, signage, product, printed matter, film, video or other media, is strictly forbidden unless prior approval is granted by Europa Group. A copy of the EuroPCR corporate identity rules and the EuroPCR logo can be obtained upon request.

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Ask us for additional copies of this partnership guide for your communication agencies. Copies can also be sent upon request. Email to: exhibition@europa-organisation.com

Video Offers Post-session wrap-up interview: Before • The Speakers have to be involved in the session to be invited to the wrap-up interview • A preparation meeting will be organised prior to the interview, in order to define with our Medical Editor, the key message and objectives of the wrap-up During • A representative of the company should be present at the PCRTV studio during the recording of the interview. If any problem occurs during the recording (incorrect information …), it should be specified at this moment. No complaint on the substance of the interview will be taken into account afterwards. After • Editing: the company will be entitled to one free round of editing. - Editing will be made on the format, not on the substance of the interview - All edits are subject to the medical editor’s approval - Any edit deemed to alter the content will need to be submitted to the interviewees for their approval - Any additional edit will be subject to an extra charge of €1,000 • Broadcasting rights: the source file of the interview is the property of Europa Group. The client is authorised to publish the video on his website, or to communicate it internally via the embedded link provided by EG. Video published on the PCRonline website and promoted via the PCR social media groups. Please note: no product logos may be included in these videos.

For EuroIntervention and PCRonline rules and requirements, please consult www.pcronline.com/eurointervention/mediapack

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Advertising and promotion Advertising rules and requirements Video Offers Session webcast: L IVE cases are subject to the Course Directors’ approval. If the LIVE included in the Partner webcast has not been approved for diffusion, the webcast will not be published and the client will receive a refund for the webcast. • Other communications purchased to promote the webcast (eg. Emailing campaigns…) will not be subject to a refund • Editing : - The company will be entitled to one free round of editing. Any additional edit will be subject to an extra charge of €1,000 - Editing will be made on the format of the video, not on the substance. - All edits are subject to the PCR team’s approval • Broadcasting rights: the source file of the webcast is the property of Europa Group. The client is authorised to use a link of the video on his website, or to communicate it internally. Video published on the PCRonline website and promoted on the PCR social media groups.

Clinical study investigator - video spotlight: • Editing: the company will be entitled to one free round of editing. - E diting will be made on the format, not on the substance of the interview. - All edits are subject to the Medical Coordinator’s approval - Any additional edit will be subject to an extra charge of €1,000

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• Broadcasting rights: the source file of the interview is the property of Europa Group. The client is authorised to publish the video on his website, or to communicate it internally via the embedded link provided by EG. Video published on the PCRonline website and promoted on the PCR social media groups.

PCR inside – video programme on demand: The source file is the property of the Partner. Video published upon confirmation in the News section of the PCRonline website.

CEO interview: This service is offered to the client by Europa Group. • No edits can be made on the video. The client has to provide the correct information to Europa Group prior to the interview (name of the company, name and position of the person interviewed, logo…) • Broadcasting rights: the source file of the video is the property of Europa Group. The client is authorised to publish the video on his website, or to communicate it internally via the embedded link provided by EG.


Exhibition and meeting rooms

Table of contents General overview 32 Booth packages 34 EuroPCR Live TV access

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Meeting rooms

42

VIP Club Lounge

43

Booth allocation

44

Provisional on-site agenda 45 On-site guidelines 46


Exhibition and meeting rooms General overview IMPORTANT • All rates are exclusive of French VAT • Orders cannot be accepted unless accompanied by a 50% deposit • Full payment must be received 2 months prior to the occurence of the event and / or publication • Order forms sent upon request to exhibition@europa-organisation.com • Any invoice modification will be charged

Contacts Contact for orders, technical and logistical support: Technical and logistical support from 13 May 2017:

Christine Pereira cpereira@europa-organisation.com

Go to the EuroPCR Exhibitor Support Centre in the Palais des Congrès

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Nadège Berges exhibition@europa-organisation.com

Help us help you! In our email exchanges, remember to clearly state the name of the exhibiting company in the subject line.

Important dates Mars 2017

April 2017

Friday 10

On-site in Paris - May 2017

Friday 21

Saturday 13

Booth full payment

p. 42

Entry passes for booth builders

EuroPCR Live TV access

p. 39

Meeting rooms

p. 40

Security Board inspection

VIP Club Lounge

p. 41

Booth pack installation - start p. 43

Complimentary exhibitor badges - registration

p. 38

Friday 19

p. 43

Booth installation - start

p. 43

Monday 15

Booth dismantling - end

p. 43

p. 43

Exhibitor web portal Once you have ordered your stand, connect to www.exhibitors.europcr.com to create your private account and access: • Updates • Order forms • Registration forms • Official provider catalogues and contact details • Uploading tool

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Keep it handy! Copy the login and password here: Web: www.exhibitors.europcr.com My login: My Password:

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Exhibition and meeting rooms General overview

Booth packages Liberté booth package

Eco-friendly Comfort Contemporary Privilege Excellence booth package booth package booth package booth package booth package

9sqm

n/a

€11,670

€10,050

€10,500

n/a

n/a

12sqm

n/a

n/a

€13,350

€13,950

€15,270

€16,110

18sqm

€15,450

€23,190

€19,950

€20,850

€22,830

€24,090

27sqm

€23,100

€34,710

€29,850

€31,200

€34,170

€36,060

36sqm

€30,750

€46,230

€39,750

€41,550

€45,510

€48,030

54sqm

€46,050

€69,270

€59,550

€62,250

€68,190

€71,970

on request

on request

on request

on request

on request

on request

From and above 55sqm

For all other sizes not included in the above table, please contact directly: cpereira@europa-organisation.com and / or exhibition@europa-organisation.com

Other services EuroPCR Live TV access

€950

Meeting rooms

On request

VIP Club Lounge

On request

Building and dismantling overtime

€3,300

All rates are exclusive of French VAT

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Liberté booth package

Your own design!

The minimum booth size is 18sqm, starting at €15,450

Floor

Includes floor space only, carpet is not provided

Furnishings

No

Partitions

No

Storeroom

No

Electricity

Electricity not included

Lighting

No

Signage

No

Logistic

No

On-site support

The Exhibitor Support Centre is available for all your on-site needs

Visibility within the community

A listing in the Final Programme and associated online documents

Sponsored sessions

A booth qualifies you to participate in the Scientific Programme (see page 45)

Concierge desk

Available at the Palais des Congrès to help you with daily needs: taxis, tours, transfers…

Cleaning

No

Security

Night security is provided from May 13 through May 19, from 19:00 to 7:30

Press

Press facilities are available during the Course

Liberté booth package

9sqm

12sqm

18sqm

27sqm

36sqm

54sqm

From and above 55sqm

n/a

n/a

€15,450

€23,100

€30,750

€46,050

on request

For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Eco-friendly booth package

Partitions with untissed stripe

Non contractual photo The minimum booth size is 9sqm, starting at €11,670

Floor

A choice of 6 carpet colours

Furnishings

1 table and 3 chairs + 1 reception desk + wastebasket + 1 plant

Partitions

2.5m high partitions with untissed stripe

Storeroom

No

Electricity

1 triple socket in the storeroom. Electricity not included

Lighting

1 spotlight per 3sqm

Signage

1 panel with logo or visual (1,000mm x 2,500mm)

Logistic

Set-up and dismantling included with truck unloading and reloading

On-site support

The Exhibitor Support Centre is available for all your on-site needs

Visibility within the community

A listing in the Final Programme and associated online documents

Sponsored sessions

A booth qualifies you to participate in the Scientific Programme (see page 45)

Concierge desk

Available at the Palais des Congrès to help you with daily needs: taxis, tours, transfers…

Cleaning

Booths are vacuumed, furniture is cleaned and wastebaskets are emptied every night

Security

Night security is provided from May 13 through May 19, from 19:00 to 7:30

Press

Press facilities are available during the Course

From 18sqm: possibility to construct a meeting room. 9sqm Eco-friendly booth package €11,670

12sqm

18sqm

27sqm

36sqm

54sqm

From and above 55sqm

n/a

€23,190

€34,710

€46,230

€69,270

on request

For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Comfort booth package

Melamine panels Non contractual photo The minimum booth size is 9sqm, starting at €10,050

Floor

A choice of 2 carpet colours

Furnishings

1 table and 3 chairs + 1 reception desk + wastebasket + 1 plant

Partitions

2.5m high melamine panels wenge* or grey

Storeroom

1sqm closed storeroom with 2 shelves and 1 peg

Electricity

1 triple socket in the storeroom. Electricity not included

Lighting

1 spotlight per 3sqm

Signage

Panel with logo or visual (1,000mm x 2,500mm) and fascia board with name

Logistic

Set-up and dismantling included with truck unloading and reloading

On-site support

The Exhibitor Support Centre is available for all your on-site needs

Visibility within the community

A listing in the Final Programme and associated online documents

Sponsored sessions

A booth qualifies you to participate in the Scientific Programme (see page 45)

Concierge desk

Available at the Palais des Congrès to help you with daily needs: taxis, tours, transfers…

Cleaning

Booths are vacuumed, furniture is cleaned and wastebaskets are emptied every night

Security

Night security is provided from May 13 through May 19, from 19:00 to 7:30

Press

Press facilities are available during the Course

From 12sqm a partition of 1m height, with 2 shelves, can be installed to create a semi-enclosed meeting area. * Limited stock, first-come / first-served.

Comfort booth package

9sqm

12sqm

18sqm

27sqm

36sqm

54sqm

From and above 55sqm

€10,050

€13,350

€19,950

€29,850

€39,750

€59,550

on request

For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Contemporary booth package

Wood walls covered with brushed cotton fabric Non contractual photo The minimum booth size is 9sqm, starting at €10,500

Floor

A choice of 3 carpet colours

Furnishings

1 table and 3 chairs + 1 reception desk + wastebasket + 1 plant

Partitions

2.5m high wood walls covered with brushed cotton fabric. A choice of three colours

Storeroom

Closed storeroom from 1sqm with 2 shelves and 1 peg

Electricity

1 triple socket in the storeroom. Electricity not included

Lighting

1 spotlight per 3sqm

Signage

Fascia board covered with brushed cotton fabric and marked with the name of the company + 1 panel with logo or visual (1,000mm x 2,000mm)

Logistic

Set-up and dismantling included with truck unloading and reloading

On-site support

The Exhibitor Support Centre is available for all your on-site needs

Visibility within the community

A listing in the Final Programme and associated online documents

Sponsored sessions

A booth qualifies you to participate in the Scientific Programme (see page 45)

Concierge desk

Available at the Palais des Congrès to help you with daily needs: taxis, tours, transfers…

Cleaning

Booths are vacuumed, furniture is cleaned and wastebaskets are emptied every night

Security

Night security is provided from May 13 through May 19, from 19:00 to 7:30

Press

Press facilities are available during the Course 9sqm

Contemporary booth package €10,500

12sqm

18sqm

27sqm

36sqm

54sqm

From and above 55sqm

€13,950

€20,850

€31,200

€41,550

€62,250

on request

For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Privilege booth package

Wood walls covered with brushed cotton fabric Non contractual photo The minimum booth size is 12sqm, starting at €15,270

Floor

A choice of 6 carpet colours

Furnishings

1 table + 3 chairs + 1 reception desk with the front side at the colour of the carpet and with a logo + wastebasket + 1 plant

Partitions

2.5m high wood walls covered with brushed cotton fabric, a choice of 6 colours Wooden ceiling on the periphery of the booth painted at the colour of the partitions. A column including a showcase at the angle of the booth

Storeroom

Closed storeroom from 1sqm with 2 shelves and 1 peg

Electricity

1 triple socket in the storeroom. Electricity not included

Lighting

Spotlights integrated in a wooden ceiling: one spotlight per 3sqm

Signage

1 vertical sign with company name (500mm x 2,500mm) and a backlighted logo in the reception desk (20mm x 20mm)

Logistic

Set-up and dismantling included with truck unloading and reloading

On-site support

The Exhibitor Support Centre is available for all your on-site needs

Visibility within the community

A listing in the Final Programme and associated online documents

Sponsored sessions

A booth qualifies you to participate in the Scientific Programme (see page 45)

Concierge desk

Available at the Palais des Congrès to help you with daily needs: taxis, tours, transfers…

Cleaning

Booths are vacuumed, furniture is cleaned and wastebaskets are emptied every night

Security

Night security is provided from May 13 through May 19, from 19:00 to 7:30

Press

Press facilities are available during the Course

Privilege booth package

9sqm

12sqm

18sqm

27sqm

36sqm

54sqm

From and above 55sqm

n/a

€15,270

€22,830

€34,170

€45,510

€68,190

on request

For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Excellence booth package

Wood walls Non contractual photo

The minimum booth size is 12sqm, starting at €16,110

Floor

Choice of 16 carpet colours

Furnishings

1 table + 3 chairs + 1 reception desk in wood (same as partitions) with a transparent tray in plexi + 3 display boards for brochures + a window to create a semi-private meeting room (2,000mm x 2,000mm) + wastebasket + 1 plant

Partitions

2.5m high wood walls, 6 colours available

Storeroom

Closed storeroom from 2sqm with 2 shelves and 1 peg

Electricity

1 triple socket in the storeroom. Electricity not included

Lighting

1 spotlight per 4sqm

Signage

1 horizontal sign in plexi with company name (1,200mm x 500mm)

Logistic

Set-up and dismantling included with truck unloading and reloading

On-site support

The Exhibitor Support Centre is available for all your on-site needs

Visibility within the community

A listing in the Final Programme and associated online documents

Sponsored sessions

A booth qualifies you to participate in the Scientific Programme (see page 45)

Concierge desk

Available at the Palais des Congrès to help you with daily needs: taxis, tours, transfers…

Cleaning

Booths are vacuumed, furniture is cleaned and wastebaskets are emptied every night

Security

Night security is provided from May 13 through May 19, from 19:00 to 7:30

Press

Press facilities are available during the Course

Excellence booth package

9sqm

12sqm

18sqm

27sqm

36sqm

54sqm

From and above 55sqm

n/a

€16,110

€24,090

€36,060

€48,030

€71,970

on request

For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Included with all booth packages

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Insurance

Cleaning

Compulsory insurance is included with the booths and covers your exhibit equipment up to a value of €3,050. Terms and conditions of the insurance available on request: exhibition@europa-organisation.com

Bulky parcels, panels and various structures left in the Exhibition Hall or in the loading bay before the opening or after the dismantling period will be destroyed and their removal will be invoiced to the corresponding exhibitors / booth builders.

 Additional insurance can be purchased to cover exhibit equipment above this value. Rate: €15 for every additional €3,000 worth of insured equipment.

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Night security

Complimentary exhibitor badges The number of complimentary exhibitor badges is allocated according to your booth size: • 1-17sqm:.........................................................................................................2 • 18-36sqm:.....................................................................................................5 • 37-54sqm:...................................................................................................10 • 55-70sqm:...................................................................................................15 • 71-100sqm:................................................................................................20 • 101-150sqm:.............................................................................................30 • 151-200sqm:.............................................................................................40 • 201-250sqm:.............................................................................................50 • 251sqm and / or above:.....................................................................60 For more information on the complimentary exhibitor badges, please see page 69.

Badges for booth staff Act smart: book your hosts / hostesses, barmen / barmaids and cleaners directly with our official providers. Badges are included in the cost of their services, saving you the hassle and the supplementary charge.

If you require cleaning on your booth, partitions, windows etc. Contact the Palais des Congrès, details available on the exhibitor web portal on www.exhibitors.europcr.com.

A night security service is provided from 19:00 to 7:30, Saturday 13 to Friday 19 May.

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 Want to increase the security of your booth? Contact details available on the exhibitor web portal on www.exhibitors.europcr.com

Official providers EuroPCR works closely with many ”tried and trusted” official providers. We invite you to contact them directly should you need extra services or equipment: cleaning, internet, electricity, catering, plants, furnitures, AV / IT equipement, photograph, security, shipment, storage, booth builders, hostesses. The complete list including their contact details and catalogues will be available throughout the year on the exhibitor web portal on www.exhibitors.europcr.com

Exhibitor web portal Designed to give you and your team all the information you need to make your presence in Paris a success, this website will accompany you throughout the preparatory process: • Never miss a date - an online calendar will remind you of all key dates and deadlines • Technical support - a library of documents concerning all the aspects of your participation: booth building information, safety, shipment and storage... Throughout the year, find all of the updated technical specifications here • Find contacts and order forms of our official providers: catering, electricity, hotesses... •  O ptimise your visibility - Additional commercial information regarding new advertising and promotional opportunities • Register your invited guests, team members, booth builders...

Full payment must be made before 10 March 2017 For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com

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Exhibition and meeting rooms EuroPCR Live TV access The EuroPCR video network is the ideal way to follow the Course right from your booth. You can watch different channels, including one channel exclusively dedicated to the Main Arena where most of the LIVE demonstrations are retransmitted.

To connect your booth, order the video connection kit which includes: • The cable up to the point of installation of the set-top box (extension) of the cable in the structure or under the booth’s floor at your expense • The set-top box for digital reception • A remote control • 1m-long HDMI cable • The installation of the set-top box, testing and instructions on how to use it

Rate:.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................€950 per connection

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Rules and advices

Cancellation policy

To ensure optimal quality, we advise connecting with an HDMI plug (this connection is digital and transports the sound in the same cable). A set-top box cannot receive more than one channel at a time. If you require several broadcasting points with different channels, you must order several connections. Advice for the location of the delivery points of the cable and the set-top box: whether you order one single or several broadcasting points, and one single or several channels connections, the screen(s) must be installed close enough to the broadcasting points to be accessible by infrared remote control. Number of channels to be defined in the coming months.

No refund will be made in case of cancellation. To maintain the offer of the EuroPCR Live TV access for this edition, a minimum of 10 exhibitors orders is required. You will be informed one month before the Congress if the service is available.

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 monitor or plasma screen rental, please contact For our official provider. Contact details will be available on the exhibitor web portal on www.exhibitors.europcr.com

 deposit will be required upon withdrawal of the remote A control. You will have to send us a scaled plan of your booth with a clear indication of the cable delivery points you require.

For orders and support, contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com before 10 March 2017

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Meeting rooms We understand you may need a private space during EuroPCR to hold staff meetings or have a oneon-one with your clients. The meeting rooms on Level 1, 2 and 3 of the Palais de Congrès are available for rent for all exhibitors during exhibition opening hours.

Rate:..........................................................................................................................................................................................................on request, subject to availability

Please see below the policy for the Palais des Congrès, Le Méridien and Hôtel Hyatt Regency meeting rooms: • Meetings are non-public and cannot be promoted in the Palais des Congrès or on any company promotional material • Maximum attendance is restricted and defined within each category • Meetings may not compete content-wise with any official Programme session • Meetings are on invitation only. All meeting participants must have a valid EuroPCR badge. No badges will be provided for access to meetings within the Palais des Congrès

The following is included: • Tables and chairs • One set-up per day • Technical assistance • On-site support via the Exhibitor Support Centre

• Cleaning • Floor plan of the meeting rooms available in the Final Programme • On-site signage Please contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com for reservations. Once your query has been validated, you will receive the meeting rooms technical equipment form. For additional furnishing, catering, decoration and audiovisual facilities, please contact our official providers (details available on www.exhibitors.europcr.com). Room keys will be available at the Exhibitor Support Centre from Tuesday 16 May at 07:00. Set-up will be possible on request on Monday 15 May from 14:00 - additional fees will be charged. A deposit will be required upon withdrawal of the keys.

Cancellation policy No refund will be made in case of cancellation.

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Exhibition and meeting rooms VIP Club Lounge Close to the Exhibition Hall, the busiest part of the convention centre, we off er you an exclusive luxury lounge to organise conferences or events with your clients. With 400sqm designed and decorated by an architect, its private and peaceful atmosphere makes it the ideal environment to work, meet or rest. Located on Level M3 in the Palais des Congrès, on the Hyatt Regency hotel side.

1 - Lobby 2 - Reception 3 - Cloakroom 4 - Reception area 5 - Lounge

6 - Bar 7 - Bar pantry 8 - Catering pantry 9 - Toilets 10 - Private lifts

Rate:..........................................................................................................................................................................................................on request, subject to availability

VIP Club Lounge policy: • Metings are non-public and cannot be promoted in the Palais des Congrès or on any company promotional material • Maximum attendance is restricted • Meetings may not compete content-wise with any official Programme session • Meetings are on invitation only. All meeting participants must have a valid EuroPCR badge. No badges will be provided for access to meetings within the Palais des Congrès.

The following is included:

Please contact exhibition@europa-organisation.com for reservations. Once your query has been validated, you will receive the VIP Club Lounge technical equipment form. For additional furnishing, catering, decoration and audiovisual facilities, please contact our official providers (details available on www.exhibitors.europcr.com). Room keys will be available at the Exhibitor Support Centre. A deposit will be required upon pick-up of the keys and the pass for the private lift.

Cancellation policy No refund will be made in case of cancellation.

• Tables, chairs and sofas • Technical assistance • On-site support via the Exhibitor Support Centre • Cleaning • Lunches, cocktails, etc. can be organised upon request • One pass for the private lift

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Booth allocation Booth allocation is based on several elements, including last year’s presence, overall investment and the arrival of orders (first-come, first-served). Allocation of booths will begin in September 2016* and will continue as follows: • Phase 1 September*: allocation of booths ≥151sqm phase 2 October*: allocation of booths from 101sqm -150sqm • Phase 3 November / December*: allocation of booths from 51sqm-100sqm • Phase 4 January / February*: allocation of booths from 9sqm-50sqm * Europa Group endeavours to proceed with booth allocation in a timely fashion. Please note however, that this calendar may change as required. For each phase, exhibitors will receive the provisional floor plan and will be asked to give 3 booth location options, subject to availability. Options must be returned within 48 hours. If we do not receive your options after this delay (and no extension has been agreed with Europa Group) we will continue with the placement of other exhibitors.

Confirmation of orders / terms of payment Confirmation of booth location will be validated only after a deposit of 50% is received. The balance must be paid upon receipt of the invoice, and in any event, no later than 2 months before the event. In the absence of payment at the indicated times, the organiser may, without further communication, consider the order as cancelled and reclaim the booth. Any invoice modification will be charged.

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 Place your order as early as possible to have the largest choice of booth locations.

Comfort package

Privilege package

Contemporary package

Eco-friendly package

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Exhibition and meeting rooms Provisional on-site agenda* * Please refer to the on-site timetable available on www.europcr.com. This provisional agenda may change according to the needs of the Course.

Platform and service lifts are available during installation and dismantling hours only. During the Course, booth access starts 30 minutes before opening hours. 7:00am

Saturday 13 May

Sunday 14 May Booth installation

8:00am 9:00am 10:00am

Monday 15 May

Tuesday 16 May

Wednesday 17 May

Booth and booth Booth packs installation Exhibition and Sessions booth packs Exhibition installation

Thursday 18 May

Friday 19 May

Exhibition Sessions Exhibition Sessions

Booth installation Sessions

11:00am 12:00am

PROVISIONAL please check www.europcr.com for updated agenda

1:00pm

Dismantling level 3

2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm

6:00pm

Dismantling levels 1 and 2

5:00pm

Security Board inspection

7:00pm 8:00pm 9:00pm 10:00pm 11:00pm Midnight

* Please refer to the on-site timetable available on www.europcr.com. This provisional agenda may change according to the needs of the Course.

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Entry passes for booth builders

Building and dismantling overtime

Exhibitors must submit the Booth Builders entry passes form before 21 April 2017. All individuals working on the installation of booths must be registered on this document. Those not listed will not be given an entry pass. The list must include: • Exhibiting company name and booth number • Provider company name • Surname • First name • ID number

It is possible to order overtime, however, this cannot be done on-site. Plan ahead, and schedule this if necessary. Rate:...............................................................................................€3,300 /hour Any partial hour will be invoiced as a full hour. To proceed with your order, please contact Nadège Berges exhibition@europa-organisation.com

 Find the registration form on the exhibitor web portal on www.exhibitors.europcr.com Send the Booth builders entry passes form before 21 April 2017.

Security Board inspection !

 Security Board will inspect all booths Monday 15 The May at 17:00. Please ensure you have all the necessary documents with you.

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Exhibition and meeting rooms On-site guidelines !

Staffing on booths

 Promotional activities require prior approval from Europa Group. The main activity of any exhibition booth should be the presentation of the exhibiting company and / or its products or services. Social activities need to be approved by Europa Group. The use of photographers, portrait artists or other performers is not permitted without prior approval from ­Europa Group.

All exhibitors must ensure that a staff member is present on the booth at all times. Unattended booths present a security risk. Europa Group will not be held liable for any damage or theft resulting from an unstaffed booth. We remind you that a storage room is not a secure place. Please do not use it for valuables.

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Audio and visual activities

Use of the EuroPCR logo and visual identity

The projection of films and slides; amplification with the aid of loudspeakers; the production of music and / or sound; as well as the use of lighting, computer monitors and television screens are acceptable within the booth space, provided that no disturbance is caused.

The use of any EuroPCR branding and visuals (such as logos, images, graphics, graphic charts…) in any advertising, publicity, signage, product, printed matter, film, video or other media, is strictly forbidden unless prior approval is granted by Europa Group. A copy of the EuroPCR corporate identity rules and the EuroPCR logo can be obtained upon request.

Photography and filming No part of the building or exhibition may be photographed or filmed without prior approval from Europa Group and / or the relevant exhibitor. Europa Group is entitled to photograph, draw or film the installations and booths, as well as the exhibits and to use these reproductions in its publications and in the press.

Quizzes and competitions Only quizzes with scientific content can be held at the booth. All such activities must have prior approval from Europa Group. Interactive technology-based on quizzes may be accepted provided their focus remains scientific knowledge and they have no negative impact on the exhibition area or other rules within this document.

Giveaways Distribution or display of materials and flyers by the exhibitors is limited to: • The company’s exhibition space • Industry badge pick-up desks Notwithstanding the legal responsibilities of each exhibitor on his own booth, Europa Group accepts that small ­giveaways are provided in the exhibition. The distribution of giveaways should be low profile and should in no way overshadow the main activity of the booth. The activity must not disturb neighbouring booths or cause queues outside the booth area. The distribution of counterfeit items will be punished under French law.

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The use of EuroPCR branding tools and visuals is not allowed without prior approval from Europa Group.

Wifi We ensure that wifi access is improved throughout the Palais des Congrès, providing attendees with the possibility of connecting via their smartphones and laptops whilst on-site. This said, we cannot cater for the wifi needs of your booth, or the access your staff may need to conduct their business (ipads, touchscreens, applications etc..). It is very important that you assess the needs of your booth and those of your staff, and order the necessary ethernet cables and wifi extensions to ensure reliable, fast and constant connection for the duration of the Course.

Please contact the Palais des Congrès, details available on wwww.exhibitors.europcr.com

For all your on-site needs, e.g. ordering, practical information concerning the construction or dismantling of your booth, Exhibition Hall or complaints, come and see us at the Exhibitor Support Centre at the Palais des Congrès.

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Sponsored sessions

Table of contents General overview 48 General information 50 Tools and Techniques (TNT)

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Case in Point

54

Symposium

56

Training Village

58

React@PCR and recorded cases 59 Faculty management 60 Scientific sessions guidelines 62 On-site guidelines 64 Press Office and Industry 65

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Sponsored sessions General overview IMPORTANT • In order to support an educational scientific session, you must be an exhibitor (minimum stand size 36sqm) • All rates are exclusive of French VAT (20%) • Full payment is required upon receipt of invoice • No refund in case of cancellation by the Industry Partner • Scientific session submission deadline: 21 October 2016

Contacts Contact for session orders and support: !

Nathalie Hyde nhyde@europa-organisation.com

 eed information on the EuroPCR Scientific Programme? N Check www.europcr.com regularly

Important dates September 2016 September: ­online session ­submission link will be sent to Industry Partners

October November 2016 21 October: deadline for submission of session draft outline (format, title, objectives, lecture titles, names of Chairpersons and Speakers) Review and input on the Sponsored sessions by the EuroPCR Board

January 2017 Notification of date / time / session room allocation defined by the EuroPCR Board Final validation of the session by the EuroPCR Board Official invitations sent to Chairpersons and Speakers by Europa Group

March 2017 Management of Guest Faculty transport and accommodation Information on companies breakdown (details of Guest Faculty supported by the Industry Partner)

18 November: deadline for submission of full session(s) content for the final review by the EuroPCR Board

Exhibitor web portal Once you have ordered your stand, connect to www.exhibitors.europcr.com to create your private account and access: • Updates • Order forms • Registration forms • Official provider catalogues and contact details • Uploading tool

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Sponsored sessions General overview

Sponsored Session Formats and minimum fees: 120-minute Tools and Techniques (TNT) (see p. 50)

€84,000

90-minute Tools and Techniques (TNT) (see p. 51)

€71,000

90-minute Case in Point (see p. 52)

€62,000

60-minute Case in Point (see p. 53)

€57,000

90-minute Symposium (see p. 54)

€62,000

60-minute Symposium (see p. 55)

€57,000

Training Village: find details and minimum fees on page 56

Additional session option: co-Sponsored scientific sessions between two Industry Partners whose technologies are complementary, specifically with medical devices and imaging equipment. To enhance the attractiveness of the sessions, we offer the opportunity to "pair up" two Industry Partners who share similar educational objectives and would be ready to opportunely partner on developing a scientific session or a Training Programme during EuroPCR. To acknowledge the related contributions by each partner and their relative weight in the development of the session, we propose the following distribution of fees and related costs: • Medical device company Partner: 75% of the selected Sponsored session / Training Programme; • Imaging equipment / modality Partner: 25% of the selected Sponsored session / Training Programme. If you are interested by this offer, please contact Nathalie Hyde so that potential Industry Partners with similar learning objectives can be identified. Note: this offer is depending on the concomitant interest by two Industry Partners who share similar objectives within a given clinical scenario and who accept to collaboratively work together on the development of this / these session(s).

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Sponsored sessions General information In order to support an educational scientific session, the Industry Partner must be an exhibitor with a minimum booth size of 36sqm. All requests must be approved by the EuroPCR Board, who reserves the right to refuse an application and / or modify the content and / or proposed Chairpersons and Speakers.

Included promotion and services If you choose to support a scientific session, the following benefits are included*: • Session room rental • One hostess per session room • An on-site one-hour slot in a dedicated meeting room to rehearse your session with the Chairperson(s), Panellist(s) and Speakers • Faculty registration • The scans of your session participants • Technical assistance in the session room • React@PCR audience interactivity system (only available for sessions held in equipped rooms) - see page 57

Promotional opportunities included in your session package! • Session promotion targeted at registered participants, ahead of EuroPCR 2017 via a collective emailing campaign outlining Sponsored sessions • Inclusion of a section presenting the sessions of the day in the Daily Wire • Visibility throughout the Course: EuroPCR Programmes, smartphone application, on-site signage at the entrance of the session room provided by Europa Group • Display a roll-up banner in your session room** * For information on what is included in the Training Village, please see page 56. ** For specifics on roll-up banner formats, please see page 62.

Special video offers Session webcast and session wrap-up interview Make the most out of your session at EuroPCR! See page 25 for more information

For orders and support, contact nhyde@europa-organisation.com

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Sponsored sessions General information Terms and conditions

EBAC Accredited Educational Programme Industry Partners have the opportunity to support a scientific session at EuroPCR and to apply for EBAC accreditation. It is the responsibility of the Industry Partners to contact EBAC and to follow the session(s) accreditation process as defined by EBAC. Once the Industry Partner has received the accreditation confirmation by EBAC, a copy of the accreditation has to be sent to Europa Group and the session will be officially announced as "EBAC Accredited Educational Programme supported by an unrestricted educational grant from‌"

Following the approval from the EuroPCR Board of submitted session proposal(s), the Industry Partner will receive from Europa Group a session quotation / order form to be duly completed and signed. Signed order forms constitute a contractual undertaking and will result in invoicing according to the conditions outlined. Full payment is required upon receipt of the invoice. In the case of cancellation by the Industry Partner, there will be no refund. The rate of a scientific session corresponds to the format of the session and does not depend on the size of the room nor the day / time allocation. Irrespective of Faculty involvement in the non-Sponsored Programme, Industry Partners who wish to support a scientific session are responsible for related transport and accommodation expenses of the associated Faculty (see Faculty management section pages 58-59). Session content, proposed Chairpersons and Speakers are approved by the EuroPCR Board before being integrated into the Scientific Programme. Room / date / time slot allocation is defined by the EuroPCR Board, based on the coherence of the entire Scientific Programme, availability of the proposed Chairperson(s) / Speaker(s) and a match between room capacity and the content of the Programme to guarantee the success of the session. Europa Group reserves the right to modify the number of seats per room as well as the room set-up. Sessions supported by Industry Partners are announced in the Programme as "Sponsored by‌"

Compliance with Industry organisations ethical rules Europa Group is aware and familiar with the EUCOMED Code of Ethical Business Practices - the EUCOMED Code which applies to all interactions between MedTech Industry members and any healthcare professional, as defined in the Eucomed Code, as well as to any third party intermediary acting on behalf of the Partner such as congress organisers. Acknowledging the above, Europa Group commits to submit in due time the EuroPCR Course to the EUCOMED conference vetting system to confirm its compliance with the EUCOMED Code. Furthermore, Europa Group is aware and familiar with the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EPFIA) Code on the Promotion of prescriptiononly medicines to, and interactions with, healthcare professionals - the EPFIA HCP Code - which applies to all interactions between EPFIA Industry members and any healthcare professional, as defined in the EPFIA HCP Code, as well as to any third party intermediary acting on behalf of the Partner such as congress organisers. Acknowledging the above, Europa Group commits to submit in due time the EuroPCR Course to the EPFIA Educational Event & Ethical Evaluation pre-assessment process in order to get EuroPCR compliant with the EPFIA HCP Code.

EBAC information EBAC accreditation The EuroPCR Scientific Programme is reviewed every year by the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) to receive accreditation. EBAC is an independent body constituted by European specialists in cardiology and medical education. The EBAC accreditation confirms the scientific and educational quality of a Programme, and allows the participants to receive CME credits for the time spent in the educational activity. EBAC works in cooperation with the EACCME (European Accreditation Council for CME) and EBAC CME credits are recognised in most European countries which have a running CME system. EBAC CME credits can also be reported to the American Medical Association.

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Submit your session proposal(s) before 21 October 2016

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Sponsored sessions 120-minute Tools and Techniques (TNT) • Interactive sessions, with LIVE demonstration(s) featuring your technology • React@PCR audience interactivity system: participants will be able to post their questions and comments in realtime to the Chairpersons, Speakers and Panellists directly from their mobile device during the session (see p. 39 for more information) • Innovations, daily practice and / or challenging clinical situations

• Cognitive teaching techniques • The Industry Partner may apply and organise EBAC accreditation for this type of session (see p. 49 for more information) • Session scenarios are given as an example and can be modified after discussion with the EuroPCR Board of Directors

LIVE case transmissions An educative tool and an essential part of EuroPCR For obvious ethical and educative reasons, Europa Group is solely responsible for the financial and logistical organisation of LIVE case transmissions. If an Industry Partner chooses to substitute a LIVE case transmission with a recorded case, the logistics and costs are the responsibility of the Industry Partner. Please communicate with Europa Group regarding the technical specifications of recorded cases to ensure that the video format fits the EuroPCR technical guidelines.

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 LIVE Centres are selected by the EuroPCR Board. Operators will be selected by the LIVE Centres. No logos or slides with product specifications (factoids) from the Industry Partner are allowed during LIVE case transmissions and recorded cases.

Session scenario (2 Chairpersons, 2 Speakers, 2 Panellists) Session objectives

5 minutes

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session

LIVE case transmission

2 x 40 minutes

• LIVE case selection is based on pre-defined objectives • Only one case should be performed for each LIVE case slot

Time to React@PCR

2 x 10 minutes

• Timeslots for interactivity and discussion of the LIVE case with the audience are pre-determined and included after each LIVE case transmission. This timeslot is an opportunity to answer questions posted by the audience through React@PCR

Spot lectures

2 x 5 minutes

• 2 Speakers give spot lectures on the technical aspects of the case, underlining 1-2 key messages each (max. of 7 slides each).

Session evaluation and key learnings

5 minutes

• At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Session fee Session fee (React@PCR included)

€84,000

Optional offer to add to session fees Optional Faculty liaison Faculty contractual relationship and honorarium payment managed by Europa Group: 2 Chairpersons’ honoraria (2 x €1,800) €3,600 2 Speakers’ honoraria (2 x €1,200) €2,400 2 Panellists’ honoraria (2 x €1,200) €2,400 Honoraria administrative handling fees 25% €2,100

€10,500*

* to add to session fee

Special video offers Session webcast and session wrap-up interview Make the most out of your session at EuroPCR! See page 25 for more information

For orders and support, contact nhyde@europa-organisation.com

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Sponsored sessions 90-minute Tools and Techniques (TNT) • Interactive sessions, with LIVE demonstration(s) featuring your technology • React@PCR audience interactivity system: participants will be able to post their questions and comments in realtime to the Chairpersons, Speakers and Panellists directly from their mobile device during the session (see p. 39 for more information) • Innovations, daily practice and / or challenging clinical situations

• Cognitive teaching techniques • The Industry Partner may apply and organise EBAC accreditation for this type of session (see p. 49 for more information) • Session scenarios are given as an example and can be modified after discussion with the EuroPCR Board of Directors

LIVE case transmissions An educative tool and an essential part of EuroPCR For obvious ethical and educative reasons, Europa Group is solely responsible for the financial and logistical organisation of LIVE case transmissions. If an Industry Partner chooses to substitute a LIVE case transmission with a recorded case, the logistics and costs are the responsibility of the Industry Partner. Please communicate with Europa Group regarding the technical specifications of recorded cases to ensure that the video format fits the EuroPCR technical guidelines.

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 LIVE Centres are selected by the EuroPCR Board. Operators will be selected by the LIVE Centres. No logos or slides with product specifications (factoids) from the Industry Partner are allowed during LIVE case transmissions and recorded cases.

Session scenario (2 Chairpersons, 3 Speakers, 1 Panellist) Session objectives

5 minutes

LIVE case transmission

1 x 45 minutes

Time to React@PCR Spot lectures Session evaluation and key learnings

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session • LIVE case selection is based on pre-defined objectives • Only one case should be performed for each LIVE case slot

15 minutes

• This time slot is an opportunity to answer questions posted by the audience through React@PCR

3 x 6 minutes

• 3 Speakers give spot lectures on the technical aspects of the case, underlining 1-2 key messages each (max. of 7 slides each).

7 minutes

• At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Session fee Session fee (React@PCR included)

€71,000

Optional offer to add to session fees Optional Faculty liaison Faculty contractual relationship and honorarium payment managed by Europa Group: 2 Chairpersons’ honoraria (2 x €1,800) €3,600 3 Speakers’ honoraria (3 x €1,200) €3,600 1 Panellist’s honoraria (1 x €1,200) €1,200 Honoraria administrative handling fees 25% €2,100

€10,500*

* to add to session fee

Special video offers Session webcast and session wrap-up interview Make the most out of your session at EuroPCR! See page 25 for more information

For orders and support, contact nhyde@europa-organisation.com

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Sponsored sessions 90-minute Case in Point • Interactive case-based and innovative sessions aiming at discussing treatment strategies for specific clinical scenarios • Two different session scenarios to choose from, according to your objectives

• The Industry Partner may apply and organise EBAC accreditation for this type of session (see p. 49 for more information) • Session scenarios are given as an example and can be modified after discussion with the EuroPCR Board of Directors

Session scenario (2 Chairpersons, 4 Speakers) Session objectives

5 minutes

Presentation of cases 1, 2, 3 and 4 Discussion and audience interaction

8 minutes for each case 12 minutes after each case 5 minutes

Session evaluation and key learnings

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session • Clinical case presentation (patient characteristics, clinical challenge, therapeutic avenues) • After each case presentation, the Chairpersons encourage the attendees to become active participants • At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Alternative scenario (2 Chairpersons, 2 Speakers, 2 Experts) Session objectives

5 minutes

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session

Case 1

40 minutes

Presentation of the case

5 minutes

• Speaker 1 presents the case

How would I treat?

5 minutes

• Expert 1 explains how he would treat the case according to the information presented by Speaker 1

How would I treat?

5 minutes

• Expert 2 explains how he would treat the case according to the information presented by Speaker 1

How did I treat?

5 minutes

• Speaker 1 presents how the patient was actually treated

Discussion and audience interaction

15 minutes

• A discussion between the Speakers, the Experts and the audience, led by the Chairpersons

Consensus

5 minutes

• Consensus on the best treatment option for the patient, presented by one of the Chairpersons

Case 2

40 minutes

• Same scenario as for Case 1 but with Speaker 2 and with the same experts for the "How would I treat?" parts

Session evaluation and key learnings

5 minutes

• At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Session fee Session fee

€62,000

Optional offer to add to session fees Optional Faculty liaison Faculty contractual relationship and honorarium payment managed by Europa Group: 2 Chairpersons’ honoraria (2 x €1,800) €3,600 4 Speakers’ honoraria (4 x €1,200) €4,800 Honoraria administrative handling fees 25% €2,100

€10,500*

* to add to session fee

Special video offers Session webcast and session wrap-up interview Make the most out of your session at EuroPCR! See page 25 for more information

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Sponsored sessions 60-minute Case in Point • Interactive case-based innovative sessions aiming at discussing treatment strategies for specific clinical scenarios • Two different session scenarios to choose from, according to your objectives

• The Industry Partner may apply and organise EBAC accreditation for this type of session (see p. 49 for more information) • Session scenarios are given as an example and can be modified after discussion with the EuroPCR Board of Directors

Session scenario (2 Chairpersons, 3 Speakers) Session objectives

5 minutes

Presentation of cases 1, 2, 3 Discussion and audience interaction

7 minutes for each case 10 minutes after each case 4 minutes

Session evaluation and key learnings

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session • Clinical case presentation (patient characteristics, clinical challenge, therapeutic avenues) • After each case presentation, the Chairpersons encourage the attendees to become active participants • At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Alternative scenario (2 Chairpersons, 1 Speaker, 2 Experts) Session objectives

5 minutes

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session

Presentation of the case

5 minutes

• Speaker 1 presents the case

How would I treat?

7 minutes

• Expert 1 explains how he would treat the case according to the information presented by Speaker 1

How would I treat?

7 minutes

• Expert 2 explains how he would treat the case according to the information presented by Speaker 1

How did I treat?

7 minutes

• The Speaker presents how the patient was actually treated

Discussion and audience interaction

15 minutes

• A discussion between the Speakers, the Experts and the audience, led by the Chairpersons

Consensus

5 minutes

• Consensus on the best treatment option for the patient, presented by one of the Chairpersons

Session evaluation and key learnings

4 minutes

• At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Session fee Session fee

€57,000

Optional offer to add to session fees Optional Faculty liaison Faculty contractual relationship and honorarium payment managed by Europa Group: 2 Chairpersons’ honoraria (2 x €1,800) €3,600 3 Speakers’ honoraria (3 x €1,200) €3,600 Honoraria administrative handling fees 25% €1,800

€9,000*

* to add to session fee

Special video offers Session webcast and session wrap-up interview Make the most out of your session at EuroPCR! See page 25 for more information

For orders and support, contact nhyde@europa-organisation.com

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Sponsored sessions 90-minute Symposium • Sessions featuring lectures, synthesis of studies and clinical trials and / or cases • Practical solutions to patient / lesion problems for the audience • The Industry Partner may apply and organise EBAC accreditation for this type of session (see p. 49 for more information) • Session scenarios are given as an example and can be modified after discussion with the EuroPCR Board of Directors

Session scenario (2 Chairpersons, 4 Speakers) Session objectives

5 minutes

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session

Lectures

4 x 15 minutes

• 4 lectures are presented by 4 different Speakers

Discussion and audience interaction

4 x 5 minutes

• After each lecture, 5 minutes are dedicated to discussion with the audience

Session evaluation and key learnings

5 minutes

• At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Session fee Session fee

€62,000

Optional offer to add to session fees Optional Faculty liaison Faculty contractual relationship and honorarium payment managed by Europa Group: 2 Chairpersons’ honoraria (2 x €1,800) €3,600 4 Speakers’ honoraria (4 x €1,200) €4,800 Honoraria administrative handling fees 25% €2,100

€10,500*

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Sponsored sessions 60-minute Symposium • Sessions featuring lectures, synthesis of studies and clinical trials and / or cases • Practical solutions to patient / lesion problems for the audience • The Industry Partner may apply and organise EBAC accreditation for this type of session (see p. 49 for more information) • Session scenarios are given as an example and can be modified after discussion with the EuroPCR Board of Directors

Session scenario (2 Chairpersons, 3 Speakers) Session objectives

5 minutes

• One Chairperson presents the objectives and the outline of the session

Lectures

3 x 12 minutes

• 3 lectures are presented by 3 different Speakers

Discussion and audience interaction

3 x 5 minutes

• After each lecture, 5 minutes are dedicated to discussion with the audience

Session evaluation and key learnings

4 minutes

• At the end of the session, the second Chairperson presents the session evaluation and key learnings that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message

Session fee Session fee

€57,000

Optional offer to add to session fees Optional Faculty liaison Faculty contractual relationship and honorarium payment managed by Europa Group: 2 Chairpersons’ honoraria (2 x €1,800) €3,600 3 Speakers’ honoraria (3 x €1,200) €3,600 Honoraria administrative handling fees 25% €1,800

€9,000*

* to add to session fee

Special video offers Session webcast and session wrap-up interview Make the most out of your session at EuroPCR! See page 25 for more information

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Sponsored sessions Training Village - tailored to your needs The Training Village is located at the heart of the Course, on Level 1, in the vicinity of the room dedicated to sessions with specific format and set-up and geared at enhanced interactivity and high educational impact. Industry Partners are invited to build their own Training Programme in one of the rooms available in the Training Village. A Training Programme is shaped around scheduled educational sessions with limited audience to ensure interactivity.

Sessions at the Training Village The development of the sessions content remains the sole responsibility of the Industry Partner, and can revolve around a number of formats serving the training objectives of the Industry Partner: • Simulator-based sessions, whereby the simulators mimic specific cardiovascular procedures and allow participants to familiarise with technique- or technology-related features, in a guided fashion • Tool-based sessions, whereby actual products can be manipulated by participants in a predefined setting, within a well structured Programme that meets clinically relevant objectives • Case-based sessions, whereby clinical cases can be reviewed on the screen or on individual stations and answer specific training objectives •  Presentation-based sessions, whereby intimate interaction between the presenter(s) and the participants is promoted In all the above instances, the learning objectives have to be well defined, and govern the Programme and the duties / role of the trainer(s), so that the participants enjoy a truly valuable session. Interaction is highly recommended.

Training sessions information Training Village sessions may be scheduled within the official opening hours of the Scientific Programme. The offer includes a 4-day Training Room rental, visibility throughout the Course (EuroPCR printed / online Programmes, mobile application) and on-site signage.

The Industry Partner must submit its Training Programme before 21 October 2016: • Timing and duration of each session • Learning objectives of each session • Names of trainers (physicians, nurses and allied professionals) The proposed sessions will be reviewed by the EuroPCR Board before inclusion in the EuroPCR Programme.

On-site session management The on-site registration of participants is the Industry Partner’s responsibility. Training Village sessions are not accessible on invitation only. The Industry Partner has to keep at least 50% of the seats available for on-site registration. Lists of pre-registered seats have to be sent to Europa Group prior to the Course.

Trainer management Trainer transport and accommodation coordination may either be handled by the Industry Partner or by Europa Group, if requested. In the event Europa Group handles trainer transport and accommodation on behalf of the Industry Partner, the related expenses (including a 15% administrative fee) will be invoiced to the Industry Partner within 2 months following the Course. In the event that a trainer has been nominated by other Industry Partners (in a Training Programme or in a Sponsored session), their logistics will be de facto organised by Europa Group and corresponding costs will be charged back pro-rata to the corresponding Industry Partners (see details on "multisponsored Faculty" on page 58).

Training Village session fees Type of rooms available and corresponding fees : 2 rooms of 150sqm each

€67,500 / each room

6 rooms of 50sqm each

€22,500 / each room

The Industry Partner is responsible for covering the cost of registration, transport and accommodation of its trainers, irrespective of their other potential involvement(s) in the non-Sponsored Programme.

Europa Group will take care of the registration process of the trainers (physicians, nurses and allied professionals) as EuroPCR Faculty. Trainer registration fees will be invoiced to the Industry Partner ahead of the Course.

Limited offer: Training Village rooms will be allocated on first-come, first-served basis.

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Sponsored sessions React@PCR and recorded cases The PCR Courses App’s audience interactivity system (only available in rooms equipped for LIVE case transmissions) Further engage your participants and encourage them to feed the debate on stage! With React@PCR, your participants will be able to: • Ask questions or post comments to the Chairpersons, Speakers and Operators directly from their smartphone or tablet • Participate in quizzes Europa Group will provide the necessary equipment for the session as well as technical support.

Professional audiovisual production at your service For more than 20 years, Europa Group has been developing a unique know-how in the audiovisual field: LIVE cases transmitted by satellite during Courses, recorded cases in multiple flows or even recorded in live conditions. PCR uses this ability all year long to produce several dozen hours of LIVE transmission and cases recorded directly from the cathlab. Behind all this work, there is a team of experts. Their professionalism and discretion are acknowledged by the numerous operating teams welcoming them in their cathlabs such as: Bern (Switzerland), Essen (Germany), Glasgow (United Kingdom), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait, London (United Kingdom), Toulouse (France)... The team travels all around the globe, adapting technical equipment and filming durations to the local needs and constraints.

We offer you the opportunity to use this team for your own internal needs in terms of recording, editing and transmitting live. You will be working with a team that is deeply informed on cathlab imaging techniques and PCI procedures. They use the latest audiovisual innovations and high quality equipment such as tapeless recorder, secured data storage, etc.. Depending on your needs, a tailor-made service can allow you to perform the editing of the case in the hour following the filming. It is also possible to choose a different time and location to edit the video, or even use an online collaborative platform.

For a personalised quote, please contact Olivier Mathié: omathie@europa-organisation.com

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Sponsored sessions Faculty management Irrespective of Faculty involvement in the EuroPCR non-Sponsored Programme, Industry Partners who wish to support a scientific session are responsible for the cost of the related transport and accommodation expenses of their Faculty. All Chairpersons, Speakers and Panellists (physicians, nurses and allied professionals only) involved in sessions supported by the Industry are considered EuroPCR Faculty and are automatically registered. For trainers, please see page 56.

Faculty transport and accommodation management Industry Partners have two alternatives regarding the management of their Faculty transport and accommodation: • Session package without logistics: the Industry Partner takes responsibility for its Faculty transport and accommodation bookings (except for multi-sponsored Faculty – see below for details) • Session package with logistics: the Industry Partner entrusts the responsibility of its Faculty transport and accommodation bookings to Europa Group. Invoice for the above related expenses, including a 15% administrative fee, will be sent within 2 months following the Course.

Terms and conditions for Faculty transport and accommodation management Industry Partners will be informed in March 2017 of the list of Faculty they will be supporting. This list may be subject to changes depending on inclusion of supplementary Faculty. The maximum number of Faculty that will be assigned to each Industry Partner is equivalent to the number of Faculty involved in their Sponsored sessions / Training Programme.

Logistics handled by Europa Group: There are several advantages to have your Faculty transport and accommodation organised by Europa Group: • Simplicity • Guarantee that your Faculty will be staying in one of the official hotels Accommodation will be arranged in a single room, bed and breakfast basis, in a 4-star hotel or equivalent for 4 nights only (from Monday 15 May to Friday 19 May 2017 – Friday night is not included). Europa Group is not in charge of organising nor reimbursing any kind of transfer and ground transportation for sponsored Faculty. Europa Group will apply the following travel guidelines for the Faculty: • Flights of 6 hours or less in economy class • Flights exceeding 6 hours in business class • Train trips in first class • Once confirmed, tickets are non-exchangeable, nonrefundable Europa Group will contact the Faculty well in advance of the Course in order to ensure the best price is obtained for travel arrangements. However, please note that the price of transportation may increase if a Faculty is late in confirming their travel preferences and / or modifies their ticket at late notice. Europa Group cannot be held responsible if this is the

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case. In the case of a "no-show" of a sponsored Faculty, or if the Faculty cancels their participation once the travel and accommodation arrangements have been confirmed, the Industry Partner will be charged for the related costs. It is the responsibility of the Industry Partner to advise Europa Group, before arrangements are made, of any related constraints (regulations such as DMOS, CNOM, company policy, etc.). If the Industry Partner has chosen the option without logistics (ie. Faculty transport and accommodation organised by the Industry Partner), Europa Group cannot be held liable for any transport and accommodation changes and consecutive costs. Accommodation: the Industry Partner commits to support the entire duration of the Faculty’s stay in Paris, up to 4 nights.

Multi-sponsored Faculty: In the event that a Faculty is nominated by more than one Industry Partner: • The Faculty travel and accommodation will be de facto organised by Europa Group, regardless of the choice in Faculty management made by the Industry Partner • The corresponding costs will be divided and charged back to the Industry Partners according to the number of sessions the Faculty is involved in. For instance, if the Faculty is involved in 1 session with Industry Partner A and 2 sessions with Industry Partner B, partner A will be invoiced one third of the costs and partner B two thirds.

Invoicing: Faculty-related transport and accommodation expenses, if the Industry Partner has chosen the Faculty management option with logistics and for multi-sponsored Faculty, will be invoiced to the Industry Partners within 2 months following the Course including a 15% administrative handling fee.

Faculty reimbursement policy: EuroPCR transport and accommodation reimbursement guidelines are outlined in the Professional Healthcare Agreement that will be posted on the Faculty website for their review and acknowledgement. The Professional Healthcare Agreement reimbursement guidelines stipulate that the following expenses will not be reimbursed by Europa Group: • Any means of transport to and from airport / hotel / Palais des Congrès • Car costs, tolls, fuel and parking (including at the airport / train station) • Extra expenses (extra nights, room service, mini-bar, restaurant, internet, laundry, spouse’s related expenses, etc) • Hotel and transport booked personally by the Faculty In the event a Faculty requests reimbursement for any of the above expenses, they will be invited to contact the


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Industry Partner directly. It is left to the full appreciation of the Industry Partner to decide what is directly reimbursed for their supported session Faculty.

Faculty honorarium The Industry Partner has the possibility to entrust the coordination and payment of Chairpersons and Speakers honorarium to Europa Group. Should the Industry Partner decide to invite fewer Chairpersons and Speakers than indicated in the Session Format, the total amount invoiced, as indicated on the Session quotation / order form, will not be modified. Only Chairpersons and Speakers will receive honorarium. Operators, Panellists (except for TNT) or Trainers are not included and will not receive honorarium from Europa Group.

Registration Registration fees for Chairpersons, Speakers and Panellists are included in the session fees, except for the Training Village, as per the Session Formats indicated in this section and on the quotation / order form. The number of badges cannot be modified. Should the Industry Partner decide to invite fewer Chairpersons, Speakers or Panellists, the total amount invoiced will not be modified. If additional Chairpersons, Speakers or Panellists are invited by the Industry Partner to participate in the session, their registration fees will be invoiced before the Course. Europa Group will take care of registering Faculty involved in all Sponsored sessions. Faculty registrations are included in

the session packages (except for the Training Village). Faculty will be asked to collect their badge from the Guest Lounge in the Palais des Congrès, Paris, on arrival. The Industry Partner cannot collect badges on behalf of its Faculty.

Invitations Official invitation letters will be sent to Faculty by Europa Group on behalf of the Industry Partner and the EuroPCR Board of Directors at the end of January 2017. In case of a time conflict, i.e. a Faculty is nominated by several companies to be involved in sessions taking place on the same date and timeslot, they will be asked to choose only one of these sessions. Consequently the other Industry Partner(s) will then be invited to replace them in the relevant session(s). If a Faculty declines an invitation to participate in a session, the Industry Partner will be asked to propose another Faculty to replace them. All Faculty will be asked to formally confirm their agreement with the key responsibilities and terms of collaboration with EuroPCR, as outlined on their Guest website. Please note that once official invitations have been sent to Chairpersons and Speakers by Europa Group, it will not be possible to change the Faculty contractual relationship and honorarium choice made via the signed order form.

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Sponsored sessions Scientific session guidelines • Use the on-line session submission link • Submit your session proposal(s) before 21 October 2016 • All submissions will be reviewed by the EuroPCR Board for approval • Send back your session quotation / order form

A step-by-step process Creativity and credibility are what makes a session work! The steps outlined below are a guide to the session construction process. ln logical fashion, they identify what building blocks are needed to ensure an educative and interactive session.

1. Theme and target audience Identify the Theme of the session. Define the target audience, its level of experience and expertise.

2. Learning objectives The learning objectives of a session describe what the attendees will be able to understand, do or know after participating in a scientific session. They should identify the design and outcomes you want for each stage of the session.

3. Programme Themes, Topics and lectures Indicate the Theme of your session (Coronary, Valvular Disease and Heart Failure, Peripheral or Hypertension and Stroke), its topic(s) and the titles of the lectures.

4. Chairpersons Choosing the "right" Chairpersons is one of the keys to a successful session. Their role is a pivotal one. Proactive Chairpersons who participate in the construction of the session and communicate with the Speakers and the audience, will ensure the session is interactive. Identify experienced Chairpersons, with good pedagogic skills, and who can spend sufficient time preparing the session.

5. Speakers Choose Speakers who are prepared to play an active role in the session, who communicate closely with the Chairpersons and apply the guidelines.

6. Communicate and collaborate Once the above steps are completed, the session must be approved by the EuroPCR Board - which validates the educational value of all sessions. Communicate openly with the EuroPCR Board and Europa Group in order to define the final, approved version.

7. Fine-tuning Close collaboration and preparation will ensure the session is oriented towards the educational expectations of the participants, using cognitive learning techniques.

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 Experience has shown that working together with the EuroPCR Board helps Industry Partners build a successful Scientific Programme. In order to have their feedback on session scenarios and contents early in the construction phase, we will be happy to organise conference calls with the EuroPCR Board as soon as we receive your session proposal(s).

Faculty key responsibilities Faculty key responsibilities are outlined below in order to distinguish each specific role in the session.

Chairperson The Chairperson is chosen for their experience and pedagogic skills, thereby being able to relate to the audience and successfully transfer information. The Chairperson is responsible for the educational content and quality of the session, in collaboration with the second Chairperson, if applicable. The Chairperson’s role is to: • Communicate with the Speakers and organise conference calls to coordinate the presentations. A matrix containing the contact details of all other participants in the session will be made available by Europa Group on the Faculty guest website a few weeks before the Course • For TNT Chairpersons, it is important that they are familiar with the LIVE cases by contacting the Operators ahead of the session •  Coordinate the presentations in order to avoid overlapping or too many slides • Centralise all presentations ahead of the Course in order to prepare questions and answers, comments and the session evaluation and key learnings message • Participate in the on-site meeting with all session participants the day before the session • Ensure the timing of the session is respected: it is important that lectures and LIVE case transmissions do not run overtime • Encourage interactivity with the participants and / or panel by working with the second Chairperson (if applicable) • Give the introduction and session objectives or present the session evaluation and key learnings message that cover the main points and allow the participants to leave with a clear message (for sessions with only one Chairperson, both interventions will be carried out by the same person) • Ensure the objectives of the session are covered by the lectures and have been reached by the end of the session


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allocated lecture times. A timer on the lectern will indicate the time remaining to the Speaker.

Speaker

Slide guidelines

Speakers are chosen due to their expertise. Their presentations will be part of a session with predefined objectives and should aim at transmitting key messages. Emphasis should be put on the quality of the message rather than the quantity of information presented - "less is more!" Speakers must work in close collaboration with the Chairpersons in order to maximise the interactivity and should participate in the preparatory meetings, conference calls and the pre-session meeting on-site.

Effective slides ensure a successful presentation. Clear and visible presentations include: • A large font size so all text is legible (suggested font size: title Arial 40 bold, subtitle Arial 30 italic, text Arial 28). The same font should be used throughout the presentation • A limited amount of red text as well as contrasting colours (yellow text on dark blue, orange text on purple etc) as it is difficult to read at a distance • A maximum of 7 lines of text per slide • Bullet lists with short sentences • Italics to emphasise certain words or phrases • No more than 2 pictures on each slide • No flashy animations

Panellist A Panellist’s presence aims at enhancing interactivity bringing discussion and debate to the session. Panellists must work closely with the Chairperson(s) and participate in the preparatory meeting. During the predetermined timeslots dedicated to discussion, Panellists are asked to actively participate in the debate.

Trainer Trainers are physicians, nurses and allied professsionals chosen to conduct Training sessions or workshops because of their strong pedagogic skills. Training Village sessions aim to create awareness of the latest innovations through hands-on trainings on new or existing interventional techniques. Their role is to improve both the device knowledge as well as the participants’ manipulation skills and ensure that training combines practice and diagnostic reasoning.

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 Faculty are required to be in the room for the duration All of the session.

Faculty presentations Speakers are asked to use the EuroPCR slide template to present their lecture and ensure a smooth transition from one Speaker to the next. Speakers must show a conflict of interest slide before starting their lecture. Speakers will be able to download the EuroPCR template and conflict of interest slides on their personal Faculty Guest Website. To achieve EuroPCR objectives, Speakers are required to comply with the number of slides based on the length of their lectures: • 5-minute talk: 7 slides maximum • 10-minute talk: 12 slides maximum • 15-minute talk: 17 slides maximum Respect of timing is crucial: it is important not to run over

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 Presentations should be sent to the Chairperson(s) well in advance of the Course for review and to avoid overlapping content. Slides must be in PowerPoint format.

Slide management system Each Speaker must come to the Speaker Service Centre with separate PowerPoint files for each talk. If all the presentations are in a single PowerPoint file, the system will not accept it. All presentations must be transmitted via the slide management system. Personal laptops are not permitted in the session rooms under any circumstances. During their lecture, the Speaker will control their slides via a laptop provided by Europa Group located on the room’s lectern. Session, lecture titles and Faculty name will appear on the screen (managed by the technical team) for each presentation. Speakers can upload their slides in two ways: • Prior to the Course, slides should be uploaded online. All Faculty will receive their personal connection codes and guidelines to upload their PowerPoint presentation • On-site via the Speaker Service Centre. Slides must be uploaded no later than 3 hours before the session is due to start

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Session signage and promotion

Badges allow access to every room. Access to the session room for technical or other reasons is not permitted before the beginning of the session, as another session may be in progress in the room. It is not possible to stay in the room after the end of the session and / or to organise receptions inside or in front of the session room. For security reasons, access to scientific sessions will not be granted if a session room is full. Europa Group cannot be held liable if entrance to a room is not possible because the maximum capacity has been reached. Audio and / or video recording is not permitted during sessions. It is strictly forbidden for Industry Partners to filter attendance to their session at the entrance to the room. Eating /drinking is not allowed in session rooms.

Signage The company name of the Industry Partner will be used for on-site signage (on a screen and / or a panel placed at the entrance of the session room - responsibility of Europa Group -), and on EuroPCR printed and online material. It is therefore the Industry Partner’s responsibility to provide Europa Group with the company name / logo as they should appear on all EuroPCR communication materials. For more information, see page 27.

Promotion Industry Partners will be able to promote their session by means of one roll-up banner to be displayed inside the room for the duration of the session. Maximum height and width authorised for the roll-up banner is 200cm and 90cm, respectively. Roll-up banner (with no electrical connections, no lights and no sound) should be installed by the Industry Partner inside the room just before the session starts and removed after the session is over. Sponsored session flyers and roll-up banners must be approved by Europa Group prior to the Course. No additional signage will be permitted and unauthorised banners or misplaced roll-up banners will be removed by the on-site staff. Session room tables and lectern banners cannot be customised by the Industry Partner.

Technical information All rooms are fully equipped to EuroPCR standards. Theatre rooms (ie. rooms dedicated to LIVE case transmissions) include the following minimum equipment (for other sessions rooms details, please consult Europa Group): Sound: • Wireless head-set used at the lectern • 1 microphone per Panellist (1 microphone for 2 Panellists in other rooms) • From 4 to 10 (depending on room size) stand-alone microphones Video: • High-quality / power video projector • Minimal graphics resolution: 1,920x1,080 pixels • Minimal power: 18,000 lumens • Minimal size: 7x4 metres screen • 2 video cameras • Video or graphic switcher with 2 PIP capability (slides and Speaker on the main screen) • EuroPCR graphic background on screens No specific technical set-up and no additional equipment from the Industry Partner is allowed in the session room. Personal laptops are not permitted, in the session rooms, for the Chairpersons / Speakers lectures, under any circumstances. All technical aspects are run by the EuroPCR technical team comprising: • Stage Manager (Chairperson / Panellist / Speaker support on stage) • Programme Coordinator • LIVE Centre Coordinator in the case of live transmission • Sound Assistant • Technical backstage support (Sound Engineer, Light Operator Director, etc)

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Hand-outs Except for the Industry Partner’s designated stand area, hand-outs cannot be distributed within the convention centre. No marketing hand-outs are permitted in the session rooms. Distribution of scientific hand-outs is allowed in certain rooms only but must be approved by Europa Group prior to the Course. Hand-outs should be printed only after approval from Europa Group and dedicated staff / hosts should be arranged by the Industry Partner in advance.

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 The use of the EuroPCR logo on communication material requires prior approval from Europa Group (available upon request).

Important note The organisation of sessions that would run in parallel to the EuroPCR Scientific Programme, within a radius of 1km from the Palais des Congrès, is strictly forbidden throughout the duration of the Course.


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Press conferences

Paper copies of your press releases / folders can be displayed in the Press Room. Please drop them off any time after the Course begins. The Press Office can also distribute electronic versions of your press releases to the press attending the Course. Please drop off USB keys / sticks in a box / plate or some receptacle for easy organisation and distribution. Additionally, we can, if you like, post your press releases on PCRonline. If you are interested, simply email - iuzielli@europcr.com once the Course has begun requesting posting of your press release and it will be processed by the Press Office directly. Please note that press releases must be in PDF format (not WORD) and include: •  The name of your company must be in the title identifying your PDF • The name of your company must also appear in the actual text as part of the title of the press release. • Embargo information must be mentioned on the press release. If there is no specific embargo date and time, then please state “For immediate release”.

Press conferences are strictly limited to members of the registered press only. Individual Industry or their PR companies are not allowed entrance.

Industry-invited press While the Industry has the right to invite individual journalists to cover specific topics, it should be noted that an Industry invitation alone does not constitute a right to entry as press. Every member of the press must individually apply for a press badge (allowing free entry to the Course), and should consult the EuroPCR 2016 Press page for press registration requirements. Only upon confirmation by the Press Office will the entry of the invited journalist as a member of the press be considered valid.

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EuroIntervention is the official journal of EuroPCR and the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI)

NEW! Six additional digital issues in 2016 This year, EuroIntervention increases its editions to 18 including six exclusive digital issues. More scientific content, articles and case studies await you!

Download the free EuroIntervention App for easier access to the reference journal’s scientific articles

www.eurointervention.org

Your Daily Practice Companion


Hotels and badges

Table of contents General overview

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Book your hotel rooms

69

Register your invited guests and staff

70

Registration guidelines and complimentary exhibitor badges

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Hotels and badges General overview IMPORTANT • All types of badge give access to scientific sessions and exhibition areas • All badges are nominative • Registrations won’t be validated without full payment

Contacts Contact for badge orders: MeeRa Viguier

Marie Morgane FRAITURE

europcr@europa-organisation.com

europcr@europa-organisation.com

Contacts for hotel booking: Vanessa Nguyen Khac

Léa Sabathier

hotel-europcr@europa-organisation.com

hotel-europcr@europa-organisation.com

Important dates December 2016 Registration opening

March 2017

On-site in Paris - May 2017

Wednesday 15 March

From 10 May and on-site

Early Bird fee deadline

Late unique fee

From Thursday 16 March to 9 May

Sunday 14 May

Regular fee

Badge pick-up pre-opening

Exhibitor web portal Once you have ordered your stand, connect to www.exhibitors.europcr.com to create your private account and access: • Updates • Order forms • Registration forms • Official provider catalogues and contact details • Uploading tool

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Keep it handy! Copy the login and password here: Web: www.exhibitors.europcr.com My login: My Password:

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Hotels and badges Let us book your hotel rooms As a subsidiary of Europa Group, Europa Booking & Services (EBS) is the official and exclusive housing bureau for EuroPCR. Our goal is to provide our Partners and all participants with the most suitable and satisfying housing options, in order to allow each delegate to make the most of the Course. • For group booking enquiries, please contact our team at: hotel-europcr@europa-organisation.com • Individual bookings can also be made online: http:// booking.europcr.com

Why should you book through Europa Booking & Services (EBS)? • COMPETITIVENESS: a selection of 150+ hotels in premium areas of Paris at the best rates • TAILOR-MADE OFFERS: proposals that match your needs and step-by-step assistance before, during and after the Course • SIMPLICITY: a streamlined reservation, invoicing and payment process

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Hotels and badges Register your invited guests and staff At EuroPCR, both your invited guests and staff will be able to: • Attend all scientific sessions (subject to room capacity) • Access the exhibition areas • Enjoy the buffets, coffee breaks and lunch bags

For healthcare professionals: • A EuroPCR Course bag

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 badges without exception give access to scientific All sessions and exhibition areas.

As a EuroPCR participant, benefit from preferential rates to attend PCR Innovators Day. This one-day event gathers major stakeholders, inventors, and key entrepreneurs in the ecosystem committed to research and innovation in the field of cardiovascular medicine.

Early Bird fees - until 15 March 2017 EuroPCR Physician

Innovators Day

All rates include French VAT (20%) Combined EuroPCR and Innovators Day*

Day pass Tuesday or Wednesday

Day pass Thursday or Friday

€1,200

€850

€1,700

€625

€400

Nurse or Allied Professional

€880

€850

€1,380

€625

€400

Resident (trainee, intern)

€880

€850

€1,380

€625

€400

€860

€850

€1,360

€455

€455

€1,400

€850

€1,900

€725

€725

Exhibitor Industry Representative non-exhibitor

Regular fees - from 16 March to 9 May EuroPCR Physician

Innovators Day

All rates include French VAT (20%) Combined EuroPCR and Innovators Day**

Day pass Tuesday or Wednesday

Day pass Thursday or Friday

€1,300

€950

€1,900

€700

€520

Nurse or Allied Professional

€990

€950

€1,590

€700

€520

Resident (trainee, intern)

€990

€950

€1,590

€700

€520

Exhibitor

€980

€950

€1,580

€520

€520

€1,400

€950

€2,000

€725

€725

Industry Representative non-exhibitor

Late / on-site fees - from 10 May EuroPCR

Innovators Day

All rates include French VAT (20%) Combined EuroPCR and Innovators Day***

Day pass Tuesday or Wednesday

Day pass Thursday or Friday

Physician

€1,400

€1,050

€2,100

€950

€750

Nurse or Allied Professional

€1,400

€1,050

€2,100

€950

€750

Resident (trainee, intern)

€1,400

€1,050

€2,100

€950

€750

Exhibitor

€1,400

€1,050

€2,100

€725

€725

Industry Representative non-exhibitor

€1,500

€1,050

€2,250

€950

€950

* Benefit from the Innovators Day Early Bird fee for €500 instead of €850. Combined price has to be ordered from the beginning. Separate orders will result added prices. ** Benefit from the Innovators Day regular fee for €600 instead of €950. Combined price has to be ordered from the beginning. Separate orders will result added prices. *** Benefit from the Innovators Day late fee for €700 instead of €1,050. Combined price has to be ordered from the beginning. Separate orders will result added prices.

Access to all floors and meeting rooms is subject to badge inspection. Badges must be worn at all times within the Palais des Congrès. Lost or forgotten badges will not be replaced - a new badge will have to be purchased. The misuse of badges will result in the expulsion of those concerned.

For security reasons, access to scientific sessions will not be granted if a session room is full. Europa Group cannot be held liable if entrance to a room is not possible because maximum capacity has been reached.

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Hotels and badges Registration guidelines Download the group registration form on the exhibitor web portal www.exhibitors.europcr.com. We invite you to use this template to send us your registration. Nurses, allied professionals, residents and exhibitors benefit from dedicated and reduced rates: proof of status is required. • For nurses, allied professionals or residents, it can be a copy of their work card or a letter from their Head of Department • For exhibitors, an email address with the exhibiting company’s domain name is compulsory Distributors can also be registered under the exhibitor status, just indicate “Distributor” in the comment column.

Cancellation and modification policy Cancellations must be sent by email and are subject to the following conditions: • Until 15 April 2017: refund minus 300€ as administrative fees. Name changes are possible for the SAME type of registration for free. • No refund will be made after 15 April 2017, however, name changes are possible for the SAME type of registration only. Each name change will be charged €100 VAT included. - They won’t be possible on-site.

The Organising Committee cannot be held reponsible for double registration or visa refusal. In these cases, the cancellation policy will apply.

Invitation letters Getting a visa for France can be a time-consuming procedure. Hence, we encourage you and your invited guests to process visa applications as soon as possible. Personalised invitation letters can be dowloaded through our website at www.europcr.com May you need an original letter or any specific document, do not hesitate to contact the Registration Department.

Faculty registration All EuroPCR Faculty are automatically registered. Please do not include them in your registration lists. See Faculty management page 59.

Contact: europcr@europa-organisation.com

Complimentary exhibitor badges at EuroPCR The number of complimentary exhibitor badges is allocated according to your booth size: • 1-17sqm:........................................................................................................2 • 18-36sqm:.....................................................................................................5 • 37-54sqm:..................................................................................................10 • 55-70sqm:..................................................................................................15 • 71-100sqm:................................................................................................20 • 101-150sqm:.............................................................................................30 • 151-200sqm:.............................................................................................40 • 201-250sqm:.............................................................................................50 • 251sqm and / or above:....................................................................60

Complimentary exhibitor badges also give access to all scientific sessions, exhibition areas and, free on-site catering. They do not include access to PCR Innovators Day. Register your complimentary exhibitor badges along with your other badges.

Badges for booth staff Act smart: book your hosts / hostesses, barmaids / barmenand cleaners directly with our official providers. Badges are included in the cost of their services, saving you the hassle and the supplementary charge of an exhibitor badge.

Download forms on www.exhibitors.europcr.com or www.europcr.com

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