Sponsorship Packages

Montevideo, June 23, 2011.-

Dear colleagues and friends

On behalf of the National Institute for Agricultural Research (INIA) of Uruguay and the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations (IUFRO) I am pleased to welcome you to Forest Health IUFRO Joint Meeting to be held from 8 to 11 November this year in the city Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay.

With great enthusiasm and working together with the Organizing Committee and the Scientific Committee we focus on the task of hosting this international event, trying to design a program that focused on forest pests and diseases, is of particular interest to the scientific community in general and for the productive sector internationally. We assume that the contributions received will lead a rich exchange of experiences and knowledge, which will be complemented by a field day, seeking to understand local realities here on the issue.

The motivation that leads us to assume this challenge is consistent with the strong development of forestry in the country, the importance of acquiring daily forest ecosystems in the world and the role of Forest Protection within ecosystems for all regions that exploit the resource in its many uses. Also consider valuable visibility to the efforts of many researchers to understand the dynamics of insects and pathogens by generating knowledge and looking for alternatives in their daily work and management control.

Beyond science, the seat of our meeting we looked peaceful surroundings on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, a hospitably city with a rich history dating back to colonial times in the region, just as in several countries commemorating the bicentennial of the independence process. The cobblestone streets and distinctive facade of Colonia invites us to walk after each working day, providing a relaxing environment but with your own review can stimulate contacts and exchanges among attendees.

In that sense, I take this opportunity to highlight the need to continue joining forces to call for such events in Latin America, a region with great potential for forestry development and academic recognition of Forestry.

I personally pledge to put all my effort to meet the expectations surrounding the event, while expressing my sincere appreciation to the organizing institutions to provide the framework and support necessary to do so.

Be very welcome, good day to all!

Dr. Roberto Scoz



• International


• 200 attendees


• Our country will have the honor to host this event, which will be held for the first time in our continent.
• This event will feature more than 200 researchers and technicians in the forest area.
• Those participating in this Congress will find the most current issues in the area.
• Various forms of commercial links to companies that perform as Sponsors.
• Broad common spaces to foster networking.




• 5 complimentary registrations
• Insert Booklet in folders or bags
• Placement of banner or roll up.
• Projection of Logo in plenary room
• Logo on the website and in the final Congress Program

Investment: U$S 3000


• 3 complimentary registrations
• Insert Booklet in folders or bags.
• Placement of roll-up or banner.
• Logo on the website and in the final Congress Program

Investment: U$S 2250


• 2 complimentary registrations
• Insert Booklet in folders or bags.
• Logo on the website and in the final Congress Program

Investment: U$S 1500



Technical Lecture

Coffee Break “ Courtesy of ”

(4 in total, approx. 200 people)
U$S 7 each coffee break

Congress stationary

This includes the stationary for the entire event:
- 300 Final Programs
- 400 Diplomas
- 250 Abstracts books or CD´s
- Congress material 250 Bags
- 250 15-page note pads for folders
- 250 Pens
- 300 ID badges

Placard at stage

Publicity at Secretariat U$S 750

Placement of simple stationary in folders U$S 750

Booth U$S 500 Square meter




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