Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities Announced for 2018 Emerging Trends in Wellness Conference
Make strategic business connections in human resources, employee benefits, insurance, wellness, health and nutrition
HINGHAM, MA – Tuesday, November 7, 2017 – Wellness Workdays, a leading provider of corporate wellness programs, announces sponsor and exhibitor opportunities for the 2018 Emerging Trends in Wellness Conference April 11-12 at Lombardo’s Conference Center outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Now in its fifth year, the conference provides the opportunity to connect with more than 200 key decision makers in human resources, employee benefits, insurance, wellness, health and nutrition.
“Our sponsor and exhibitor packages are designed to help companies build visibility for their products and services while making valuable connections,” said Debra Wein, CEO of Wellness Workdays. “The conference brings together leading industry professionals who deliver the latest research, developments and trends in corporate wellness, nutrition, health and entrepreneurship.”
Wellness Workdays has created an exceptional educational and networking opportunity. Organizations aligned with the conference will raise their exposure in the industry and benefit from:
- Increased brand awareness to a targeted professional audience
- Up-close-and personal access to key decision makers
- An unparalleled opportunity to develop new relationships
- The ability to showcase information about a product/service and share company expertise
The conference is the place to network and learn about what’s next and what’s best in wellness. Take the opportunity to get in front of this audience with a tailored sponsor or exhibitor package. Last year’s sponsor and exhibitor spots sold out. Secure your space early. Details about sponsor and exhibitor opportunities are available on the Wellness Workdays website. View the list of 2017 sponsors and exhibitors.
This year’s conference will feature nationally recognized health and wellness experts, including speakers from Harvard Medical School, New Balance, the Associated Industries of Massachusetts, EBS Employee Benefits Solutions, Team See Possibilities and Verywell.com.