Hospitality & Meeting Rooms
Plan Ancillary Events Early for Best Results!

 

Meetings
Meeting Rooms will not be available at the
Metro Toronto Convention Centre during the ISMRM Annual Meeting for exhibitor functions. All requests for meetings and social functions must be made through the ISMRM office in order to avoid conflicts with the official ISMRM program. In general, functions will not be permitted during the following days and hours:

Sunday, 31 May 2015
Opening Reception 17:4519:15

Monday -Wednesday, 1 3 June 2015
07:0018:00

Thursday, 4 June 2015
07:0022:00

Friday, 5 June 2015
08:00 12:30

 
Attract Booth Traffic with Catering
All requests must be made in writing or submitted on the Function Space request form found in the Exhibitor Service Kit made available on 6 February 2015. Requests will be processed and confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis. If you wish to reserve a parlor or a suite in the hotel for a hospitality function, this is considered part of a sleeping room reservation and must be requested on the hotel booking form found in the 2015 Exhibitor Service Kit. All exhibitors will be required to inform ISMRM of all functions they are planning regardless of the location or arrangements. Failure to notify the ISMRM of ancillary events will result in the forfeit of priority points. Any shuttle service activities being planned on the grounds of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre must absolutely be reported to the ISMRM Director of Meetings, Sandra@ismrm.org.

Food and Beverage Service
The ISMRM will make arrangements for daily coffee and cafeteria services inside the exhibition hall if space should allow. The ISMRM will permit exhibitors to have food service within their exhibits. It is required that all food services within the exhibits be provided by the Metro Toronto Convention Centre as catering services are exclusive to the MTCC. Catering order forms will be provided in the Exhibitor Service Kit. Exhibitors are encouraged to consider this option as an excellent additional approach to attracting booth traffic.

 

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