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Are you interested in exhibiting at the Virtual Disability Expo?

If you wish to exhibit at the Virtual Disability Expo 2020, please fill in the contact us form here and one of our staff will be in contact with you. If you wish to exhibit at the South West Disability Expo 2021, please send an enquiry to events@socialimpact.institute. More information about exhibiting at the Virtual Disability Expo 2020 can be found here 

Why Exhibit?

If your organisation works with people with a disability or you provide related services or products, this Expo is your opportunity to be seen as an active participant in the Disability community. The NDIS is now in full swing and your potential clients have many options and decisions to make about the services and products they will require. Your clients, their families and their carers will be at this Expo! You need to be present, too, if you wish to meet them. 

Participation in the South West Disability Expo gives you:
  • direct access to consumers in an environment where people are seeking the best products and services in their region
  • an opportunity to connect and network with Allied Health Professionals, Industry Leaders & Government Bodies in the region
  • the chance to showcase, demonstrate your products, service, brand and staff
  • the opportunity to watch presentations and network with significant leaders and advocates throughout the Expo
The South West Disability Expo will be promoted through:
  • a public relations campaign with local media & our Expo ambassador to lift the profile of the event​ ​and place it on the calendar across the region
  • the expo website, which will also be widely promoted on social media, branded collateral, emails & affiliated networks
  • print, email and digital resources to assist you in promoting the event & your booth to your clients, networks and audiences
  • large banners & billboards on major roads and at key venues across the region
  • TV advertising campaigns *based on availability
  • local radio ads prior to the event in conjunction with PR interviews
  • local newspaper and magazine publications with proposed PR editorials 
  • targeted flyer distribution to areas where people with a disability reside & at local venues
  • blogging and online affiliated advertising
  • a strong social media presence, advertising and engagement promoting the event
What will you get per standard single booth?
  • 3x2m Octanorm shell scheme booth
  • 2 x spot lights and fascia with your organisation's name (logo can be added at additional cost) 
  • standard 1.8m trestle table with plain black table cloth and 2 chairs (upgrades available)
  • power for standard electrical devices (1x power board permitted) (upgrades available)
  • a detailed program with booth locations, info and a detailed map making your exhibit easy to find
  • a layout that encourages participants to easily move around and visit all booths
  • free coffee/tea vouchers
  • upgrade packages for wall banners, audio/visual equipment & more can be hired from ExpoNet                                              01_Booth_image.jpg

Small Business Booth

If you are small business, organisation, charity, club, school or sole trader who services the local area with disability services, products, support or advocacy, you may be eligible for a Small Business Booth (3x1m). Conditions apply and these booths are limited. Download Terms & Criteria Form.

Applications Closed

Exhibitor Upgrades

Our exhibition partners ExpoNet can assist you to make your booth stand out from the crowd. Click here to view their catalogue. You can contact ExpoNet directly to book all upgrades outside your standard package via mari@exponet.com.au or call 02 9645 7000. Please only contact them once you have paid for your booth and have a confirmed booth number.