Verona is a city on the Adige river in Veneto, Italy, with 258,108 inhabitants. It is one of the seven provincial capitals of the region. It is the second largest city municipality in the region and the third largest in northeast Italy. The metropolitan area of Verona covers an area of 1,426 km2 (550.58 sq mi) and has a population of 714,274 inhabitants. It is one of the main tourist destinations in northern Italy because of its artistic heritage and several annual fairs, shows, and operas, such as the lyrical season in the Arena, an ancient Roman amphitheater.

Two of William Shakespeare’s plays are set in Verona: Romeo and Juliet and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. It is unknown if Shakespeare ever visited Verona or Italy, but his plays have lured many visitors to Verona and surrounding cities. The city has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO because of its urban structure and architecture.



Make this congress yours; bring your own medical and surgical cases, series, studies….


All topics are accepted.


Tables and chairs will be provided. Electric appliances will be of course supplied allowing you to plug in all your equipments. Special eqipment can be organized upon your request.

Exhibitors erecting their own displays are responsible for any costs. Exhibitors shall arrange their displays so they do not obstruct other exhibits. Aisles must be kept clear. It is forbidden to nail, tape or hang materials on any of the meeting room walls. All freestanding exhibition displays must be self-supporting and cannot utilize the Teatro Filarmonico walls, ceilings or columns for support. Any damage to the Teatro Filarmonico, external or internal, caused by exhibitor participation and display will be charged to the exhibitor.


All display materials and contents must conform in all respects to applicable safety, health and fire codes in addition to the rules of the Teatro Filarmonico. All materials used within the display, for decoration, or any displayed products shall be flame retardant. No smoke devices may be used. Bio hazardous materials are prohibited. Safety and fire exits and stand-related equipment must be left accessible and in full view at all times. Any operational lasers must conform to appropriate safety precautions. No unshielded laser beam delivery is permitted anywhere within the display, and must be fully housed with wavelength absorbent materials.
The EVRS reserves the right to prohibit or require the removal of any display, exhibit, parts of a display, or products that it deems not suitable, unsafe, not in accordance with these regulations, or not acceptable with professional ethics as determined by the EVRS.


EVRS will not provide an on-premises security guard during hours when the Exhibit Hall is closed. The EVRS shall be held harmless for any loss, theft or damage of items. No security guards will be present during the day when the Exhibit Hall is open. Companies are responsible for their own exhibition space at all hours. Neither the EVRS nor the Teatro Filarmonico provide insurance for displays and equipment. Private insurance of displays and contents by exhibitors is encouraged.


The EVRS reserves the right to rearrange the floor plan at any time. The EVRS also reserves the right to relocate any exhibitors should it become necessary for causes beyond the control of the EVRS or advisable in the best judgement of the EVRS. The signing of the contract constitutes full agreement with these assignment policies and procedures.


Wednesday, June 03, 2020: Booth Installation (09:00 – 19:00)

All exhibits must be completely dismantled and removed on Sunday, June 07, 2020 before 20:00. Any materials and displays not dismantled by mid-night will be removed and discarded at the company’s expense.


The Exhibition will be opened as follows:

Thursday, June 04, 2020: 09:00 – 18:00

Friday, June 05, 2020: 08.00 – 19.00

Saturday, June 06, 2020: 08.00 – 19.00

Sunday, June 07, 2020: 08.00 – 14.00


All attending company representatives must register and display a name badge at all times during the meeting. Transfer of a name badge from one company representative to another is not allowed without prior authorization from EVRS. The EVRS shall have control over all admission policies. Badges will be used for entry into the Exhibit Hall and Scientific Sessions. There will be no refund on the exhibit fee to companies sending fewer than the number of allowed representatives. Company representative registration includes: Congress kit, access to the scientific sessions, all courses, all symposia, live surgery, coffee breaks and lunches as indicated in the program.


The Teatro Filarmonico is the main opera theater in Verona, Italy, and is one of the leading Opera Houses in Europe. The Teatro Filarmonico is property of the Accademia Filarmonica di Verona. Having been built in 1716, and later rebuilt after a fire of January 21, 1749, and again after the allied bombing of February 23, 1945.

Verona needed an opera house, so the Accademia Filarmonica di Verona decided in the early 18th century to build a theatre worthy and large. Work began in 1716 and lasted 13 years. Finally, inauguration was on the evening of January 6, 1732, with the pastoral drama La fida ninfa by Antonio Vivaldi, a libretto by Scipio Maffei. The opera season became famous, and the performances led society events. But on January 21, 1749, fire eventually spread in the theatre. Rebuilt, the theater was re-dedicated in 1754 with the opera Lucio Vero by Neapolitan composer Davide Perez. The opera had a limited success. Corsican in the 18th century, during the French invasion, a long series of celebrations were held in the theater, such as the Cantata per la Santa Alleanza (“Cantata for the Holy Alliance”) of Gioachino Rossini. The theater hosted international singers, and among its repertoire appear the most famous works of Italian and foreign melodrama.

On the tragic night of February 23, 1945, the theater collapsed under the Anglo-American bombing. The Academy Philharmonic announced that it would try to rebuild the theatre exactly as it had been before. The proceedings lasted a long time: the theatre was inaugurated again in 1975, with the opera Falstaff by Antonio Salieri.

The theatre still hosts opera, ballets and concerts seasons. The operatic repertoire is one of the most famous for Italian operas and international (La sonnambula, The Barber of Seville, Tosca …) and the works of non-repertoire (A day of the kingdom, Manon Lescaut of Auber, Loreley of Catalani …).


  • 6 sqm Booth (2 corporate representatives) — 7,000 EUR
    A 3-minute industrial talk inside the scientific sessions will be given for 3,000 EUR if you book a 6 sqm booth.
    In competition for the Best Industry Presentation Award.
  • 9 sqm Booth (4 corporate representatives) — 9,500 EUR
    A 3-minute industrial talk inside the scientific sessions will be given for 2,000 EUR if you book a 9 sqm booth.
    In competition for the Best Industry Presentation Award.
  • 12 sqm Booth (6 corporate representatives) — 12,000 EUR
    A 3-minute industrial talk inside the scientific sessions will be offered if you book a 12 sqm booth.
    In competition for the Best Industry Presentation Award.

If you want to have additional collaborators to attend the congress, please let us know.


  • Badgeholders (Provide badgeholders with your company name / logo) for free.)
  • Notebooks & Pens (Provide notebooks & pen with your company name / logo) for free.)
  • Delegate bags (Provide delegate bags with your company name / logo) for free.)
  • Management Software 2 000 EUR
    The presentation management software allows the personalization of the speaker ready room computers used to upload the speaker’s presentations that are automatically transmitted to the designated rooms. The projection layout is dynamic and graphically impactful and offers different visibility options to sponsors thanks to the customization of the layout with personalized backgrounds and logos.
  • Digital Signage Software 2 500 EUR
    The software is a multimedia communication system that allows to display dynamic information about the event on the venue monitors. It allows to manage and temporize sponsored info and multimedia contents. You can also customize the background graphics while viewing event program information.
  • E-Posters / E-Photos 4 000 EUR
    E-Poster / E-Photo software is the paper free alternative to traditional paper poster. It is a medical-scientific multimedia showcase in which to display all the posters / photos exhibited during a congress. The system can be customized in layout and graphics, while the hardware station can be customized with sponsor and event logos.
  • Charging Stations 3 000 EUR
    The universal charging station for mobile devices allows the display of personalized content (videos and photos) and the graphic personalization of the totem with sponsor logos.
  • 15-minute Imaging Symposium with Challenging Cases 6 900 EUR
    (10-minute presentation & 5-minute discussion)
  • 20-minute Pharmacotherapy Symposium 10 000 EUR
  • 1-hour 2D Symposium 30 000 EUR
  • 1-hour 3D Symposium 45 000 EUR
  • Coffee Break 5 000 EUR
    (Provide delegates with coffee during the morning or afternoon breaks and your company name and logo will appear on signage at the coffee stations.)
  • Lunch Break 15 000 EUR
    (Provide delegates with lunch and your company name and logo will appear on signage at the lunch stations.)
  • Welcome Reception 30 000 EUR
    (The Welcome Reception will be a premiere event on Friday, June 05, 2020. EVRS will work with the sponsor to create a valuable welcome event for delegates. The industry sponsorship will be highlighted by including company advertisement on the tables or other kind of advertisement upon request.)
  • Gala Dinner 40 000 EUR
    (The Gala Dinner will be a premiere event on Saturday, June 06, 2020. EVRS will work with the sponsor to create a valuable welcome event for delegates. The industry sponsorship will be highlighted by including company advertisement on the tables or other kind of advertisement upon request.)