ENDOExpo: Where Everyone Wins

For three days each year, top endocrinologists, researchers,
manufacturers, and other luminaries gather in one place to
share, learn, shop, and win. This is ENDOExpo.

And the 2013 version is bigger and better than ever.

With so much to see—and multiple chances to win amazing
prizes—you should plan on visiting the Expo every day during
ENDO 2013.

Meet the Exhibitors

Want to get an up-close look at the newest products and services
for endocrinologists? Stop by any one of the more than 100 exhibit
booths to talk with experts and gain valuable insight you can’t
learn from a brochure or website. Many products make their debut
at ENDOExpo, so you’ll be among the first to discover what’s new.

You’ll definitely want to get a good seat for the ENDOExpo
Theater sessions. This year, we’ve got in-depth lunch and coffee sessions
with ABSCIEX, ImmunoDiagnostics Systems, IPSEN, Janssen
Pharmaceuticals, Siemens, Veracyte, and Vivus, Inc. Grab lunch
and learn what’s coming next from these cutting-edge companies.

Of course, no visit to ENDOExpo is complete without a trip to
the ENDO Store. Browse the latest publications, CME products,
gifts, and T-shirts from Th e Endocrine Society.

Make the Most of Every Minute

Th e Endocrine Society wants to help you optimize your ENDOExpo
experience. Our Interactive Expo Planner allows you to keyword
search for exhibits and bookmark booth locations on a map.

We’ll also provide you with a helpful list of Attendee Dos
and Don’ts so you can easily navigate the floor and engage with
manufacturers in ways that get you the answers you want and are
within industry regulations.

Meet Your Colleagues

Walk down aisle after aisle of the latest and greatest in endocrine
science posters, and discuss findings with the presenters themselves.
Each day brings fresh findings on a new therapeutic area,
so you’ll want to visit often to talk to colleagues about their work,
off er your own insights, and form new connections.

Speaking of connections, ENDOExpo is the best place to
meet and network with peers and colleagues. Its central location
in the Moscone Center serves as a launching pad for seeing
all that the Expo and ENDO 2013 have to off er. There’s plenty of
room to catch up over a cup of coffee or a delicious snack.

Win Prizes

We love to make winners out of our attendees. This year is no different.
Visit ENDOExpo every day for your chance to win amazing
prizes, including an iPad mini and a $1,000 Apple gift card!
Th e best part about ENDOExpo’s big prizes is that you’ll get the
chance to win them just by enjoying yourself.

ENDOExpo Play is our daily raffle, with one
entry to win each time an exhibitor scans the barcode
on your badge. Th e more booths you visit, the
more chances you have to win.

The ENDO Wheel is back by popular demand.
This year, there are two—so you won’t have to wait
long to take it for a spin and claim your prize.

Remember, ENDOExpo only lasts three days.
Don’t miss your opportunity to experience the products,
science, games, and camaraderie that make
this destination special. We’ll see you there!

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