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Donate to Gift Bag

Reaching out to all complementary health companies to take advantage of a fantastic marketing opportunity to introduce their brand and products to our audience by sponsoring our conference goody bag. Aimed at health and wellbeing providers we welcome either balms, body lotions, candles, carrier oils, essential oils, health foods, hydrosols, inhalers, perfumes, protein capsules, or soaps for inclusion, for more ideas please contact us.  

Goody bags are given to each attendee, including the press, providing samples from various brands to try. Many of our attendees are self-employed and own their own clinics, salons and spas, so have total control over purchasing decisions for their business and are also in a central position to make recommendations to colleagues and their clients. Many of the companies who have contributed to previous events have found this a most effective way of reaching out to their niche market, with many of our members remaining loyal to such brands.

All sponsors will be named on the International Federation of Aromatherapists (IFA) website, social media with a large national and international reach (for example facebook 14,000+ followers) and conference pack. Quantity will be specified closer to the event, which may comprise of different variations of the same product i.e. a lavender and tea tree essential oil etc. Each product can be accompanied by a single page promotional leaflet.

What do I do next?

  • Please send one sample of the product you will be contributing and leaflet to the IFA Head Office 146 South Ealing Road, Ealing, London, W5 4QJ for approval.
  • Provide 50 words about your company for promotion
  • Provide contact details
  • Provide a high resolution logo
  • Instructions of where to send the products will be provided on acceptance.

About the Organisers
The IFA is an international charity and a professional body for clinical aromatherapy, a regulating body for aromatherapists and qualification providers operating in 43 countries around the world; the IFA being the first professional body for clinical aromatherapy, registered in 1985. We have earned an international reputation for maintaining high educational and professional conduct standards and our conferences are aimed at bringing together lead specialists in their field to provide our members, and those interested in complementary health, with the latest in international research.