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International symposium miCROPe2024 "Microbe-assisted crop production - opportunities, challenges and needs", July 15-18, 2024, Vienna, Austria

+++ Abstract submissions for posters are still possible until June 3 +++


Dear Industry Colleagues, dear Sponsors,

As envisaged, we are happy to announce the Sponsorship Options Manual  for the 5th edition of the international miCROpe Symposium "microbe assisted crop production - opportunities, challenges and needs" to be held live in Vienna July 15-18, 2024.

We have compiled a wide selection of sponsor options for you to choose from:

  • Exhibitor booths
  • Food & Beverage sponsorships (Lunch, Coffee Break, Welcome Reception)
  • Company presentations / posters
  • Funding for best talk/posters awards
  • Advertising:
    • Online ads
    • Ads in printed program book / online pdf abstract book
    • Inserts in miCROPe backpack

Book early and get 5% EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT until March 28th, 2024!

ÖGMBT (Austrian Association of Life Sciences and Biotechnology) company/institutional members benefit from a 20% discount on all sponsorship items.

Please contact the micrope symposium office office@micrope.org for your copy of the Sponsorship Options Manual.

To book your Exhibitor/Sponsor items, complete and return the "Order Form" (last 2 pages of the manual) as soon as possible, but not later than June 3.
(Some sponsor options are limited and will be given on a first come first serve basis.)

Those of you who are regular exhibitors at /sponsor of miCROPe know that we always strive for scientific excellence and a high organizational standard paired with the possibility for personal interaction.

We thank you in advance for your contribution to making the upcoming miCROPe symposium a success!



Michael Ionescu, Evogene Ltd.,Rehovot, ILBen Lugtenberg:"The miCROPe symposium, which I attended twice (2015 and 2017), was very successful also this year and had proven again to provide a comprehensive interdisciplinary scientific review addressing aspects of beneficial plant-microbe interaction relevant for both academy and industry. It was a great place to hear scientists who are opinion-leaders and get an up-to-date picture of the current understanding of the field. To my opinion, the program was tailored nicely to allow the participants to identify scientific trends and challenges, get a sense of the potential of microbes as plant producers and learn about the practical considerations toward successful development of an application. In addition, as a scientist coming from the industry, I find miCROPe an excellent place where potential collaborators can be approached, technologies for licensing can be identified and I can communicate my perspective as an industry on the field."