For two decades, the SAWC has provided a venue at which the interdisciplinary wound care community can gather, greet, learn and play, and has, in the process, become the biggest and best wound care conference in the country. We are pleased that the successes of three annual SAWC Fall meetings have continued this great tradition, as we embark on our fourth annual SAWC Fall. Connected by our involvement with our patients, our healthcare settings, the government agencies that regulate our care, and various overarching organizations, we work toward a common goal: to decrease the number and severity of chronic wounds.
SAWC is committed to providing the highest level of clinical education and information to physicians, podiatrists, nurses, physical therapists and allied health professionals dedicated to the advancement of wound care and healing.
Reasons to Exhibit
• Meet your buyers in person - the best way to brand your company and generate leads.
• Increase name recognition and visibility of products, services.
• Let attendees directly see the benefits when they test your products.
• Join other noteworthy exhibitors in the field.
• Get attendees' undivided attention with non-competitive exhibit time.
Benefits of Exhibiting
• Reach thousands of important patient care providers twice a year.
• Build and develop relationships with purchasing decision-makers.
• Uncover and identify new, qualified leads on the spot.
• Create a positive and lasting impression in the marketplace.
• Network with key opinion leaders, faculty, and clinicians from a wide variety of organizations.
Since 1995, the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC) has been the leader in interdisciplinary wound healing and tissue preservation. It is a not-for-profit association headquartered in the United States open to everyone involved in wound care, including clinicians, patients and their lay caregivers, facilities, industry, students, retirees, and other advocates interested in the care of wounds. AAWC spreads awareness by promoting excellence in education, clinical practice, public policy, and research. AAWC members have the opportunity, through numerous association benefits and activities, to be part of a collaborative community who facilitates optimal care for those who suffer with wounds. This community encourages an equal partnership among all individuals who are involved in the care of patients.