The United States Conference on HIV/AIDS (USCHA) has become renowned for its networking opportunities and as a convener of stakeholders across the spectrum of the HIV and healthcare. Attendance is expected to be high as thousands come together to address expected changes in our healthcare system. Make sure that you are present to have important conversations with leaders, decision-makers and front-line service providers.
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Exhibiting at USCHA is an excellent way to gain in-person access to people living with and affected by HIV and those that serve them. Several events and amenities throughout the conference attract attendees into the exhibit hall, including: dessert breaks, raffles and social media integration.
Organizations or companies that provide services to help people deliver education, research, treatment and/or care to people living with HIV or AIDS and those working to improve the lives and effectiveness of those working towards ending the epidemic should consider exhibiting at USCHA. The conference usually sells out of exhibit space prior to the final deadline so make sure to reserve your booth today.
|Category||Early Bird by July 15, 2022||Regular by August 5, 2022|
A maximum of two (2) 10’ x 10’ in-line booths may be reserved by an organization. Only one (1) corner booth can be reserved. Corner booths can no longer be combined with an in-line booth.
Written cancellations received via email to email@example.com on or before August 12, 2022, by 5:00 pm (EDT), will be honored in full, less a $150.00 processing fee. Refunds will NOT be issued for cancellations received after this date.
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Sponsoring USCHA builds visibility for your brand or organization, connects you with a diverse group of decision-makers, and gives you a forum to share your organization’s message and expertise to the 3000+ registrants that are expected to attend. Additionally, your sponsorship funds allow USCHA to create impactful programming and fund scholarships to people affected by HIV and AIDS.
All sponsors receive the following: