Bringing Together ALL English Teachers
Having a Display at the Expos
Types of Displays
ELT-related companies are welcome to have displays at the Expos. If your company is interested in having a display, please send an e-mail and you will be sent the current rates.
Cheap displays for individuals and small companies
The one-table displays are a lot cheaper than other displays and are intended for individual teachers and small companies.
Associations, charities, unions, support groups and other worthy causes can have free displays at the Expos.
Size of displays
Reservations can be made for either one, two or four tables at each Expo. Two-table displays will sometimes have tables end-to-end and sometimes one behind the other. Four-table displays are two tables long and two tables deep.
Becoming an Associate Member of ETJ by having displays at the Expos
ELT-related companies may become Associate Members (AMs) of ETJ.
It is part of ETJ’s mission to support English teachers all over Japan, and it is important for us to put on Expos in smaller cities as well as big cities such as Tokyo and Osaka. We would like to show our gratitude to and willingness to work in partnership with those companies that help ETJ achieve this goal by making it possible for companies that support the Expos as a whole to become Associate Members.
How to become an Associate Member
A company that has at least two tables at the Tokyo Expo and two tables at three other Expos becomes an ‘Associate Member’ of ETJ until the beginning of the Expo season the following year.
Associate members are entitled to the following benefits:
(1) AMs who would like to attend more than the minimum Tokyo + 3 Expos do not need to pay for displays at a 5th or 6th Expo. These free displays are of the same size as the smallest display the AM has at the 4 Expos they are paying for. AMs are also entitled to one or two free presentation slots at these additional Expos (the number depends on the size of the display)
(2) AMs pay less for displays at all Expos and receive free presentation slots (the number depends on the size of the display).
(3) AMs receive postal data (not electronic) of teachers who attend the Expos unless teachers ask for this information not to be passed on in this way.
(4) Where possible, the best display locations at the Expos will be given to the AMs that have contributed the most to the Expos. Companies that are not AMs will have display locations allotted on an availability basis after the allotment of AM displays has been made. Please bear in mind that at some locations it may be necessary to put non-associate member displays in rooms/areas that get less traffic.
(5) If extra presentation slots and tables are available, these will first be allocated to companies that have provided the most support for the Expos.
(6) Authors and others with a direct connection to an AM may give presentations at regional ETJ group meetings.
(7) Where possible, regional groups will be encouraged to help promote AM’s presentations and events in their area through their regional e-mail groups.
(8) Additional benefits may be added.