Frequently Asked Questions - Exhibitor FAQs
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Please contact the RMDC team at (303) 488-9700 or rmdc@mddsdentist.com with any additional questions or if you need any assistance signing up for a booth, registering your team or would like to discuss sponsorship and advertising options. 

Where can I find a copy of the exhibit booth application?

The exhibit booth application is located on our website here. You have the ability to print the application and email, mail or fax it to MDDS. An online application will also be available soon. 

What is included in a virtual booth?

RMDC Anywhere offers two booth packages – Standard and Upgraded. Click here to see the items featured in and the pricing for each package.

Can I design a completely custom booth?

Yes, you can work with eShow, the virtual event platform provider, to create a unique custom booth. Email rmdc@mddsdentist.com to request details.

Will booth staff receive training on accessing their virtual booth and interacting with attendees?

Yes. We will provide a training video, as well as an instruction sheet for booth personnel to reference prior to and during the virtual expo hall.

How can I interact with convention attendees?

RMDC Anywhere features online chats, video chats, networking events and more.

How should I submit my application for space?

You can download and submit a printed application by email, mail or fax. An online application will be available soon. If paying by check, your application can be submitted by mail only.

Will I receive training on how to “set up” my booth?

Yes. Soon, we will provide a video showing you how to upload pdf documents, videos and graphics to your booth. We also will provide an instruction sheet outlining the steps to complete booth set-up.

How do I register my company employees?

You may register your booth personnel online via the Exhibit Services Center. Exhibiting companies may register up to 10 employees for each virtual booth reserved. Exhibitor registration is not permitted for exhibitors’ clients or customers. Exhibitors will be charged the appropriate rate for employees beyond the number allowed. 

Can attendees make appointments to talk to booth staff?

Yes, both before and during RMDC Anywhere, attendees can schedule an appointment to chat with your booth personnel.

Can I find out who visited my booth?

Complimentary analytics show you how many people visited your booth, viewed your materials and interacted with your booth staff. Lead retrieval (purchased separately via the platform provider) provides the names and contact information for everyone who visits your booth.

Are sponsorship and advertising options available for the virtual convention?

Yes, RMDC Anywhere offers a variety of sponsorships including the mobile app, the educational auditorium, course waiting rooms, and more. Click here for a complete list. Advertising opportunities include course pop up ads, e-newsletter banner ads, new digital advertising options and more. Click here for details.

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FUTURE DATES

January 21–23, 2021
January 20-22, 2022

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The MDDS is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. MDDS designates courses for the number of CE hours listed with each course. MDDS credits are approved by the AGD for Fellowship and Mastership credits.

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