Exhibit space is limited, please register ASAP.
- One 6′ rectangular table (space assignment is offered in order of payment receipt), two chairs, electricity
- Attendee bag inserts: opportunity to add up to three exhibitor company brochures, collateral materials, or small promotional items (e.g., pens, notepads, flash drives, hand sanitizers, etc.) in the expo attendee giveaway sports bags (Each expo attendee will receive a bag; any leftover bags will be given to HLAA California chapters to distribute to their members at chapter meetings.)
- Listing of exhibitor’s company name, logo, and brief description, with link to company’s website on various Tech Expo HLAA-CA webpages
- Listing of exhibitor’s company name on every webpage of the HLAA-CA website until the expo day
- Listing of exhibitor’s company name in the Tech Expo attendee brochure (if registered before August 15, 2017)
- Listing of exhibitor’s company name in the HLAA-CA Tech Expo promotional material (if registered before July 15, 2017)
- Listing of exhibitor’s company name in the participating HLAA chapters’ Tech Expo promotional material (if registered before July 15, 2017)
Exhibitor Registration and Payment
Reserve your exhibitor space in two simple steps:
Step One: Email the following information to email@example.com: company name, brief description of company’s products or services (maximum 30 words), company’s logo in JPG or PNG format, and desired exhibit space (three choices, most desired first). If your company is a former exhibitor or sponsor, you do not need to send the company name, description, and logo unless you wish to change them. You can check 2016 tech expo exhibitors’ and sponsors’ logos and descriptions by clicking here.
Spaces still unassigned: T2, T8, T11
Spaces already reserved by registered exhibitors: T1, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T9, T10, T12, T13*, T14, T15*, T16, T17, T18*, T19*, T20, T21, T22, T23, T24, T25*, T26, T27, T28, 29, T30
* = exhibitor to be announced
Step Two: Pay online or by mail.
Pay by Mail
Please make checks payable to HLAA-CA. The mailing address is:
P.O. Box 234
Los Altos, CA 94023
Tech Expo 2017 Exhibitors Tables
|Table T1||California Telephone Access Program (CTAP)||CTAP provides adaptive telephone equipment to California residents who have difficulties hearing, seeing, speaking, remembering, or moving, including free specialized phones and accessories for people who are hard of hearing or late-deafened.|
|Table T3||Envoy Medical Corporation||A fully implanted hearing device that uses the ear as its “microphone.” A wonderfully elegant and simple way to avoid many of the problems and limitations of other hearing devices.
|Table T4||Serene Innovations||Design, Manufacture, Amplified Telephones, Personal TV Listening Devices and Central Alert Systems for the Hearing and Vision Impaired. Blue Tooth Cell Phone Amplifier, Alarm Clock, Watches and Two Way Pager.
|Table T5||CaptionCall||CaptionCall is the Gold Standard in captioned telephone service. With its sleek phone design, red carpet home installation and superior captioning service—all at no cost—CaptionCall raises the bar. www.captioncall.com|
|Table T6||Connect Hearing||Our Hearing Care Professionals are passionate about helping people to hear better. We provide professional recommendations based upon your individual hearing needs and lifestyle. We offer a 2-week FREE trial – and the Connect Advantage.|
|Table T7||InnoCaption||InnoCaption is an App for the smartphone (iPhone and Android). InnoCaption delivers real time captioning from stenographers on incoming and outgoing calls within a 1-to-2 second delay and 95% accuracy.
|Table T9||Department of Rehabilitation||The Department’s mission is to work in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.|
|Table T10||OTOjOY||OTOjOY’s goal is to create awareness about hearing loop technology and its impact on individuals with hearing loss. Expert design and installation services and community outreach, creating hearing friendly communities throughout California.|
|Table T12||NeoSensory||Hear with your skin. NeoSensory is developing the world’s first hearing assistive technology you wear on your wrist. Like Braille for sound, our wristbands convert speech and environmental sounds to vibrations that are easily understood.|
|Table T14||MED-EL Corporation||MED-EL is the premier developer of hearing-implant technology, connecting people in every walk of life to the rich arena of sound. Visit www.medel.com.
|Table T16||General Technologies||We sell assistive devices for the hard of hearing, TV devices, alarm clocks, personal amplifiers, FM radio transmitters and receivers etc.
|Table T17||HLAA-CA and Participating HLAA Northern California Chapters||Providing information, education, support, and advocacy services to Californians with hearing loss, their families, and their friends
|Table T20||Advanced Bionics||Advanced Bionics is dedicated to improving lives by developing cochlear implant technologies and services that help our recipients achieve their full potential. Your Life. Our Commitment.
|Table T21||CapTel Outreach||CapTel Outreach provides outreach, education, and installation support for the CapTel Captioned Telephone. Ideal for individuals with hearing loss, the CapTel Phone provides word-for-word captions of everything the caller is saying.|
|Table T22||Clarity||Clarity, the leader in amplified phones and notifications systems now has the Clarity Chat, a personal sound amplifier, which gives the opportunity to boost the sounds of life.
|Table T23||Cochlear Americas||Cochlear’s mission is to innovate and bring to market a range of implantable hearing solutions that deliver a lifetime of hearing outcomes.
|Table T24||Harris Communications||We have an unbeatable selection of products for all levels of hearing loss! Products include: amplified phones, assistive listening devices, TV amplifiers, loud alarm clocks, signalers and emergency alert products.|
|Table T26||Hearing Now USA||Sales and installation of Hearing loops to the California Market. Advocacy and community outreach to the hearing loss community. Demonstrations and product reviews to businesses interested in providing for the hearing loss community.|
|Table T27||ClearCaptions||ClearCaptions is a federally funded telecommunications company providing real-time text of phone conversations for people with hearing loss. We educate local communities about this program and the free phone available.|
|Table T28||California Academy of Audiology (CAA)||CAA is a nonprofit organization representing audiologists in California. Promotes public good by fostering the growth, development, recognition and status of the profession of audiology and its members.
|Table T29||Oticon||Oticon Opn(TM) is a paradigm shift in helping individuals hear and participate in the most challenging listening environments. Opn(TM) is also the world’s first dual wireless and internet-connected hearing aid.|
|Table T30||ClearSounds Communications||Provides complete line of communication and sound enhancement products for remarkable sound experience, including Bluetooth solutions like Quattro 4.0, Quattro 4L, QLinkTV, QConnect, QH2, & A1600BT & amplified telephones like A400, A700, & CSC500.|
Former Exhibitors and Sponsors
Advanced Bionics, AT&T, Audio Everywhere, Ava, California Audiologists Association (CAA), California Telephone Access Program (CTAP), CapTel Captioned Telephone/Ultratec, CapTel Outreach, Caption Call, Clarity, ClearCaptions, ClearSounds Communications, Cochlear Americas, Connect Hearing, Contacta, CSD Project Endeavor, Copper Loop Assistive Listening Devices, Deaf Counseling Advocacy and Referral Agency (DCARA), Department of Rehabilitation, Ditto, General Technologies, Hamilton CapTel, Hamilton Relay, Harris Communications, Hearing and Speech Center of Northern California, HEARMORE, HLAA, InnoCaption, Kaiser Permanente, MED-EL Corporation, Nordia, Oticon, OTOjOY, Phonak, Purple Communications, Serene Innovations, Signia, Sprint, Starkey, Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss, Walk4Hearing, Widex USA, Williams Sound
Exhibitor Cancellation Policy
Registered exhibitors may cancel and receive 50% refund if cancellation is received in writing 90 days or more in advance of the tech expo’s date. No refunds are issued for cancellations less than 90 days in advance. Registered exhibitors who have not paid must pay 50% of the exhibitor fee if cancellation is received in writing 90 days or more in advance of the tech expo’s date or pay the full exhibitor fee if cancellations are received less than 90 days in advance
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.