The venue and exhibition

The Congress will be held at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC), situated in Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow. 

The exhibition is the hub of activity for the anticipated 4,000 delegates, hosting the welcome reception and all refreshment breaks for all delegates it will be central point of activity. Delegates register for the Congress at the exhibition area and our 600+ poster exhibitors are located in the exhibition space. For further details on space available to exhibit and the latest floor plans please contact us.


  • More than 4,000 delegates expected to attend from more than 100 countries across the globe
  • FIP congress is the only truly global event for pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists
  • Our delegates are based in pharmaceutical practice and pharmaceutical science
  • Reach key influencers and decision makers
  • Opportunities for you to raise awareness of your brand and engage with audiences


For further details on space available to exhibit and the latest floor plans please contact us at or +44 (0)207 572 2737.


Please click here to download the Exhibition and Sponsor Brochure

Exhibition and Exhibition Theatre Information  

Exhibition SEC Hall 4

The exhibition, organised by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, is an integral part of the congress and offers a unique opportunity to explore the interests and services of global and local industry partners, government agencies and societies. The exhibition showcases developments in pharmacy and provides a central meeting point throughout the congress. It runs from the 3rd September to the 6th September and will be accessible to registered congress participants and registered accompanying persons. Opening times 3rd to 5th September: 09:00 – 18:00, 6th September: 09:00- 15:00 Please note: A complete Exhibitor list and floorplan are included in your delegate pack.  

Exhibition Theatre Presentations / Fringe sessions Within the Exhibition area in Hall 4 there will also be an Exhibition Theatre, which will host presentations/fringe sessions during coffee/tea and lunch breaks. Full presentation times and speaker information will be displayed throughout the exhibition area and near the theatre itself.

Please note that these fringe sessions are organised and made possible by educational grants by different sponsors, therefore completely separate from the official congress sessions programme.   

Monday 3 September          

Lunch time 13:15 – 13:50

Daiichi-Sankyo UK Ltd. invites you to a Fringe session

The role of the pharmacist in the care of patients with anticoagulation and/or the associated disease states in Scotland and beyond
This Symposium and the medical education online learning modules are funded by Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd as part of a commitment towards supporting appropriate use of anticoagulation therapy. Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd has had input into the module titles and reviewed the educational content for quality and factual accuracy. 
Presenters: Helen Williams FFRPS FRPharmS and Johnathan Laird MRPharmS(IP). Website details: pharmacyinpractice.trainingThe aim of this session is to introduce a suite of cardiology modules on which have been specifically developed to support pharmacists across a range of sectors to care for patients taking anticoagulation medication and/or those who suffer from associated disease states

Afternoon 16:30 – 16:45

MHRA Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
Valproate use in women and girls restricted – presented by Dr Sarah Branch  

Tuesday 4 September

Lunch time: 13:15 – 13:55

Boots invites you to a Fringe Session

Wednesday 5 September

Morning: 08:30 – 12:00

Reckitt Benckiser, Crowne Plaza Hotel Meeting rooms, Crowne Plaza, Castle Room (directly adjoined to SEC)
Self-Care: Optimizing Pharmacy” will specifically look at how pharmacy can play a crucial role in preserving antibiotic utility, as well as understanding more about self-care through the lens of everyday pain relief

Lunch time: 12:45 – 13:45

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) invites you to a Fringe Session on Life-course vaccination: the importance of adult vaccination and the role of the pharmacist.

Afternoon: 14:15 -14:30

MHRA Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
Valproate use in women and girls restricted – presented by Dr Sarah Branch