All Urbana exhibitors need to choose a booth package for the exhibit hall. Each package includes 2 complimentary exhibitor registrations and opportunities to advertise your organization. You can supplement any booth package with items like additional booth space or advertising.
A few things to note:
Any organization registering after September 7, 2018 will be limited to purchasing Package D without complimentary advertising.
If you decide to make changes to your initial booth package purchase, or if you want to purchase additional (à la carte) booth space, use the link from your registration confirmation email to log back in to the registration system. These changes must be made by September 7, 2018, 11:59 p.m. PST.
All account balances within the registration payment system must be paid in full at the time of purchase.
The Urbana Exhibits Team will be assigning booth spaces on a first come, first served basis. We do our best to accommodate your special requests, but our layout and exhibit hall design depend on many factors.
2. Register Additional Staff
All members from your organization who will be attending Urbana as exhibitors must be registered through the primary contact. Use the primary contact's registration account to add additional booth staff. Each person must have a unique email address to complete the registration process.
3. Read Key Information and Submit Materials
Read all key information documents linked on the sidebar. Submit needed materials using the buttons on the sidebar.
Primary Booth Coordinator: select the person who will be responsible for all Urbana 18 preparations (administrative, financial, and logistical) and serve as the liaison between your organization and Urbana's Exhibits Team
Onsite contact: select someone to be in charge of coordinating all needs (exhibiting and representative) while in St. Louis for Urbana 18
If you have two different people filling these roles, both must be familiar with all aspects of the booth, including logistics, exhibit restrictions, the details on this webpage, and all other pertinent information.
A few things to note:
Although international representatives are welcome to work at your booth, you must arrange U.S. entrance documents and visas. Urbana will not issue letters of invitation.
We recommend a maximum of 4 people in a 10x10 booth at one time; consider working in shifts.
At Urbana 18, you will inform, counsel, and encourage participants, sharing how God can use their partnership with your organization to advance his kingdom. Participants will look to you for guidance and discernment; it's important that your staff all have
good listening skills
can connect well with a young, diverse generation
Engaging Gen Z
On April 2018, Urbana hosted a webinar with Leading Tomorrow's Dr. Jolene Erlacher and Urbana Director Ruth Hubbard. They lead us in identifying Gen Z's key characteristics and discussing strategies to encourage them in seeking God's call for their lives. This is a great training for you and your team if you're looking to learn how to connect with Urbana 18 participants.