CRF is pleased to offer the opportunity to provide hands-on interactive training to professional attendees of TCT. The Learning Lab is dedicated to creating an intimate educational atmosphere in which physicians and healthcare professionals can interact with a company’s clinical specialist to enhance their knowledge and understanding of treatment techniques and devices. The application fee is $60,000.00.

Time and Location

The Learning Lab will be conveniently located inside the Exhibit Hall at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC during Exhibit Hall hours which are as follows: 



Sunday, October 30, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Monday, October 31, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


The sponsor will be provided with a 40’ x 40’ (1,600 square feet) enclosed private structure that can accommodate up to 50 attendees. Each pavilion will have four black hard walls with a locking door. Additionally, the following will be included: 

  • Carpeting (padding not included): Black standard carpet
  • 15’ by 4’ single sided hanging banner with company name above the Learning Lab
  • Four carpet directional logo signs
  • Standard audio-visual package (one LCD projector and screen, one podium microphone, one laser pointer, and technical support)
  • Three electrical drops
  • Eight standard 6-foot black draped tables
  • 50 chairs set theater-style
  • Wastebaskets
  • Daily cleaning
  • Registration table and two chairs set outside of the Learning Lab
  • Four Exhibit Hall-only badges for those supporting the Learning Lab
  • One-time use of the TCT preregistration list for a promotional mailer 

The sponsor is responsible for providing their own training equipment and staffing of the Learning Lab.  The sponsor is also responsible for all other costs associated with their participation including (but not limited to) transporting their equipment to the Exhibit Hall, drayage fees, installing equipment, providing company personnel, and any other costs associated with running and maintaining the Learning Lab.

Promotion of the Area

CRF creates awareness and promotes the Learning Lab. However, the Learning Lab sponsor is strongly encouraged to create their own marketing campaign. CRF will provide the following promotional activities: 

  • Two e-mails to approximately 40,000 people promoting the area, via the TCT newsletter (other content will be included in the newsletter)
  • Listing in the Satellite Symposia Guide, which will include the complete Learning Lab schedule.
    • The Satellite Symposia Guide will be available at satellite symposia kiosks located throughout the convention center
  • Listing on the TCT conference Web site and official meeting app
  • Listing in the online TCT Exhibition Guide
  • Listing on housekeeping slides displayed in the program rooms 

Please note all of the above activities promote the Learning Lab as a whole. Participating companies are strongly encouraged to promote the area independently, as independent promotion has proven to be the most effective means of generating interest. Independent promotional pieces should not imply product endorsement by CRF. All promotional pieces must be approved by CRF prior to distribution.