Sponsorships & Exhibits

Exhibits and Sponsorships

Public Health, Healthcare, and Emergency Management: Aligning to Address Cascading Challenges


INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITORS AND SPONSORS

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The 2024 Preparedness Summit is the premier national conference in the field of public health and healthcare preparedness. The largest event of its kind, the 2024 Preparedness Summit will attract more than 2,500 attendees who work all levels of government (local, state, and federal), emergency management, volunteer organizations, and healthcare coalitions. The 2024 Preparedness Summit convenes a wide array of partners to participate in the Summit, presents new research findings, shares tools and resources, and provides a variety of opportunities for attendees to learn how to implement model practices that enhance the nation’s capabilities to prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters and other emergencies.


Interested in having more of your team attend the conference? Below are rates for exhibitors/sponsors; please reach out to Sebastian Arguez (contact information below) to coordinate additional registrations!

In-Person Registrant Type

Early-Bird Rate
(Ends February 7, 2024)

Advance Rate
(Ends February 29, 2024)

Regular Rate
(Ends March 23, 2024)

On-Site Rate

Exhibitor/Sponsor - Full Conference $575 $625 $725 $825
Exhibitor/Sponsor - Exhibit Hall Only $375 $425 $525 $625


If your organization is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the 2023 Preparedness Summit, please contact
Sebastian Arguez, Manager - Affiliate Partnerships and Sponsorships, at 202-756-0163 or nacchoconferences@naccho.org

Exhibitor Schedule

Attendee Demographics

Your exhibit and sponsorship will put you in front of more than 2,000 attendees from across the country including:

  • Local and state public health department preparedness staff, including teams from agencies and organizations;
  • Federal agency staff working on public health preparedness issues, including HHS, DHS, CDC, and FDA;
  • Representatives from the academic and research communities;
  • Community health centers, hospital, and emergency medical services staff;
  • Industry partners with resources, new technologies and tools to share; and
  • Emergency management agency and homeland security professionals and other personnel working with public health agencies to build preparedness capacity and competency at the local, state, and federal level