This Conference will offer an excellent opportunity to acquire new skills and to network with an estimated 1,000 of your peers, colleagues and exhibitors who provide WIC related products and services for your participants. The conference will also offer an opportunity for attendees to hear from USDA officials and to dialogue on relevant updates and challenges that the program faces.
For the rest of the conference, you will have the opportunity to choose from 27 general and concurrent sessions that is sure to expand your professional skills and knowledgebase to equip you to face coming WIC challenges and to take advantage of current and future WIC opportunities.
What is the NWA Annual Education and Networking Conference & Exhibits? It is an opportunity for you to meet and build relationships with potential new clients and to reacquaint yourself with existing clients who use your products and services. Among the over 1,000 WIC community members who are expected to attend this conference are key decision makers representing the US Department of Agriculture, the 90 state and ITO WIC agencies and over 2,200 local WIC agencies from across the nation. Why Exhibit? If you are seeking to introduce your products and services or an alternative promotional strategy to a new or existing audience, this conference offers several affordable options to meet your marketing needs. By exhibiting and/or sponsoring at this conference, you will:
Create new customer and client relationships with WIC decision makers from across the nation
Strengthen and build upon existing customer and client relationships
Increase visibility for your company/organization in a targeted market
Promote and market your products and services
Reach prime target market segments for your products and services
Demonstrate your commitment to promoting quality public health nutrition for women, infants and children.
The National WIC Association (NWA) is the non-profit education arm and advocacy voice of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), the over 8 million mothers and young children served by WIC and the 12,000 service provider agencies who are the front lines of WIC’s public health nutrition services for the nation’s nutritionally at-risk mothers and young children.