Partnership Opportunities

Please see the Exhibitor Prospectus for exhibit, advertising, and sponsorhsip opportunites.

WHO SHOULD EXHIBIT AT THE 46th NBNA CONFERENCE  

NBNA provides numerous vehicles to attain your marketing goals and, as a result, identify, target and influence attendees to purchase your products and services. Whether your goal is to increase brand recognition, drive traffic to your booth or send your company’s message home with each attendee, you will find what you need to meet your goals at NBNA 2018.
 
Companies Name The Following Reasons for Investing in NBNA
  • Generate leads and build relationships with nurse attendees
  • Conduct quality conversations with nurse clinicians, researchers, educators and administrators and key leaders that positively impact the way they work
  • Create brand and product portfolio awareness
  • Participate in educational content
  • Gain exposure to state of the knowledge of the latest nursing innovations
  • Opportunity to see what competitors are doing and identify new trends and hot button topics
  • More than 1,000 nurses attended the 2016 NBNA Conference in Memphis
     
NBNA
QUICK
FACTS
   
NBNA ATTENDEES ARE WELL EDUCATED:
64% were Masters prepared or higher
28% BSN only
13% APRN
4% RN or Associates
AND HIGHLY EXPERIENCED:
47% Nurse Clinicians
28% Nurse Educators
23% Nurse Administrators
13% APRNS



Dianne Mance
Conference Services Manager
301.589.3200 phone/301.589.3223 fax
Dmance@nbna.org

Who Should Exhibit/Advertise:
just to name a few...
Accessories/Retailer
Associations (Medical)
Education/Research Programs
Goverment Agencies
Hospitals/Colleges/Schools
Laboratory/Pharmaceuticals
Skincare/Personal
State Nurses Associations
Uniforms/Shoes/Clothing

Prospectus (PDF) 
Signage Opportunities (PDF)

Conference Reg. (PDF) 
 


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