Meet with Direct Decision Makers | Exhibit at the SASH Annual Conference
The SASH Annual Conference attracts professionals from all over the country and internationally. The exhibit hall places your products or services in front of the decision makers.
Times are maximized for networking and connecting.
Why Should You Exhibit at the SASH Annual Conference?
The annual conference is a place to meet professionals with a specific need for your services. Their clients are seeking answers for their sexual health issues. Professionals that need to enhance their service delivery can do so with your product. Exhibit hours are established to maximize your exposure to attendees and not conflict with sessions.
Benefits of Exhibiting | Sponsorship
Strengthens ties to SASH conference attendees that are either professionals or direct consumers. | Special Sexual Health Awareness Day designed to draw in direct consumer. | Increased exposure and awareness for your company. | More traffic to your booth with events strategically planned in the exhibit hall.| Recognition in conference print materials distributed to all attendees. | Options designed to meet your company’s marketing objectives and budget.
COVID 19 Planning
The SASH Board and Conference Committee want you to know we are continuing to monitor precautions for COVID-19 and the outbreak of new variants. We will continue to assess the situation and follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control, travel precautions, and the Seattle Department of Health. The health and safety of our attendees is our top priority.
Update 9/14/2021 Washington state currently has an indoor mask mandate which will be followed until further notice. Vaccinations are not required to attend the event.
We will continue to monitor the suggested guidelines and update you of any changes via email and on our website.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to the conference committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. We wish you well and hope to see you in the months to come.
The SASH Board and Conference Committee