Purpose of the IAEM Annual Conference
The IAEM Annual Conference provides a forum for current trends and topics, information about the latest tools and technology in emergency management and homeland security, and advances IAEM committee work. Sessions encourage stakeholders at all levels of government, the private sector, public health and related professions to exchange ideas on collaborating to protect lives and property from disaster. If you are an emergency manager, homeland security official, first response coordinator, private industry risk manager or contingency planner, you will not want to miss the IAEM 61st Annual Conference & EMEX 2013 in Reno, Nevada.
Benefits of Conference Attendance
Education and Training: A forum for current trends and topics, latest tools and technology.
Collaboration: A place for all levels of government, private sector, public health and related professions to exchange ideas.
Networking: More than 2,500 participants are expected to attend the IAEM 61st Annual Conference & EMEX 2013.
Products and Services: EMEX 2013 will showcase technologies, products and services.
The information, products and services you offer are vital in today's high-threat world, so there's no better time than now to reach the customers who will see your resources through the Emergency Management & Homeland Security Expo.
EMEX 2013 is the show that will bring together homeland security and disaster preparedness suppliers in the same building, under the auspices of the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM).
The International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the goals of saving lives and protecting property prior to and during emergencies and disasters. IAEM is a non-profit, educational organization established in 1952 with more than 5,500 current members. Members are local, state and federal government emergency management/homeland security professionals; private industry/security executives; military; non-profit, healthcare; volunteer disaster planners; and others.