Corporate Sponsorship


Why be a NABS sponsor? Because it’s good for you and your business!

NABS relies on corporate sponsors to provide scholarships and help keep conference costs low for attendees.  This is especially important as hospitals continue to reduce their education budgets, leaving less money available and making it increasingly difficult for members to attend conferences.

The size and format of the NABS conference gives your company the opportunity for one-on-one discussions with physicians and allied health professionals. Many of these individuals are often “key decision-makers” or “influencers” who may play a major role in the decision-making process.

Companies that sponsor NABS and attend the conference are allowed to give a 20-minute presentation. This opportunity provides an excellent format for your company to reach clients and prospective clients in a more relaxed and interactive environment.  Attendees benefit by learning about ongoing clinical research, product updates, FDA changes, and new items in the “pipeline.” This create’s a “Win-Win” situation for everybody!

Sponsorship Levels*

Diamond: > $2,000

Platinum: $1,750

Gold:  $1,250

Silver:  $1,000

Bronze:  $750

*Corporate sponsorship includes conference registration fee for one (1) attendee.                  Additional attendees will be charged $250.00 per person. If additional attendees are NABS members, the applicable membership fee will apply.

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Please reserve your 20-minute corporate presentation at your earliest convenience.           Deadline for Sponsorship is December 15, 2017.


Download/Print a Sponsorship Levels brochure by clicking here

To see a list of our 2017 Corporate Sponsors, please click here


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