Reach the West Midlands' healthcare audience at our annual event


Posted on 20 May 2016 (Permalink)

The WMAHSN is holding its biggest event of the year, the Celebration of Innovation event, at the University of Warwick on Thursday 30 June. Aimed at senior representatives from the NHS, local authorities, academia and the third sector, as well as patients, carers and the public, they are expecting more than 200 delegates - and tickets are already selling fast.

This is an ideal opportunity to network and promote a business, product or service to a high-level, responsive audience, and WMAHSN has attractive and excellent value for money gold sponsorship, silver sponsorship and exhibition packages available. For those organisations that have joined the WMAHSN enhanced membership scheme, there are reduced rates on all of the packages.

For the very first time, the gold package includes sponsorship of WMAHSN’s inaugural annual awards, which recognise innovative healthcare individuals, teams, organisations, products and services across the region. The categories available for sponsorship include the Innovator of the Year Award and the Innovative Organisation of the Year Award, as well as prizes for Digital Health, Person-centred Care, Wealth Creation, Clinical Trials and Evaluation, Patient Safety and Education and Skills.

Tony Davis, Commercial Director of the WMAHSN, said: “The event will allow sponsors and exhibitors to network with around 200 high-profile delegates who have a stake in health provision across the region. Our sponsorship packages represent excellent value for money for all budgets, large and small. They offer the chance to raise the profile of organisations, products and services, not just on the day, but with ongoing PR opportunities and relationship building, well into the future.”

To find out more about the sponsorship packages, go to our website. To discuss the features and benefits of sponsorship and exhibiting, please contact Richard Walter now on richard.walter@wmahsn.org or call 0121 371 8060. The deadline for applications is 17 June.