The 2019 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) is returning to Washington, DC on September 5-8 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel. This year we will focus on the plan to end the HIV epidemic in America.
It will be an opportunity for health departments, community-based organizations, People Living with HIV, People on PrEP, national organizations, health centers, health care providers, donors, activists, and federal leaders to come together to discuss implementation. We hope you will join us and thousands of your colleagues to celebrate the resiliency and diversity of our movement.
Check out the various navigation tabs for information on how to register, reserve an exhibit booth, sponsor the conference and submit an abstract. The scholarship application will be available on February 15. Attending USCA is the best way to gain the skills needed to ensure measurable and positive results as well as convene with decision makers.
Now more than ever, it is important that we convene together in solidarity to face the challenges that confront us and continue our important work to end this epidemic.
Exhibiting at the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) 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 USCA. The conference usually sells out of exhibit space prior to the final deadline so make sure to reserve your booth today.
Why Sponsor USCA?
Exhibitors at 2018 USCA ConferenceSponsoring USCA 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 USCA to create impactful programming and fund scholarships to people affected by HIV and AIDS.
USCA has become renowned nationwide as the major convener of stakeholders across the spectrum of HIV and healthcare. As one of the few major domestic HIV/AIDS conferences being held in 2019, attendance is expected to be over 3,500.
At USCA leaders in the field come together to address issues that may affect your service delivery. Sponsoring USCA 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 3500+ registrants that are expected to be in attendance.
Reach USCA’s 3,000+ participants by advertising in the official conference program book and mobile app.
Exhibit, Sponsor, And Advertise
The United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) 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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