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A WC11 congress offers great opportunities to both commercial and non-commercial organizations, allowing them to showcase their products and services.

The 11th World Congress on Alternatives and the Use of Animal in the Life Sciences will explore the latest in 3R R&D and will provide a multidisciplinary programme in the field of alternatives to animal testing in the life sciences and is expected to attract more than 1,000 attendees.

Please apply to exhibit and sponsorship and:

  • Present your business to an international audience of specialists in the field of alternatives and animal use in the life sciences
  • Get in front and meet new customers – explore new business opportunities
  • Promote/market your business/services

For questions with regard to the exhibition and sponsorships, please contact the Congress Secretariat:

Klinkhamer Group | conferences & events
Tel.: +31 43 362 7008

Current sponsors and Exhibitors

Platinum sponsors


Bronze sponsors


Beiersdorf is a leading provider of innovative, high-quality skin care products and has over 135 years of experience in this market segment. The Hamburg-based company has about 20,000 employees worldwide and is listed on the DAX, the German benchmark equities index. Beiersdorf generated sales of €7.2 billion in financial year 2018. Its product portfolio comprises strong, international leading skin and body care brands including NIVEA, Eucerin, Hansaplast/Elastoplast, and La Prairie.





The European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing (EPAA) is an unprecedented voluntary collaboration between the European Commission, European trade associations, and companies from 7 industry sectors.
The partners are committed to pooling knowledge and resources to accelerate the development, validation and acceptance of alternative approaches to animal use in regulatory testing. The overall aim is the replacement, reduction and refinement (3Rs) of animal use in regulatory testing.


The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) is the representative body of the fragrance industry worldwide. Comprised of eight multinational companies, hundreds of small and medium-sized companies in 21 National Associations, and eight supporting members, IFRA’s membership covers about 90% of the industry by production volume. We seek to promote the safe use of fragrance for everyone’s enjoyment, working with regulators and promoting our flagship self-regulatory program, the IFRA Code of Practice and the IFRA Standards.