2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference: Vendor and Exhibitor Registration

2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference: Vendor and Exhibitor Registration

2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference: Vendor and Exhibitor Registration

The National Aboriginal Diabetes Association, the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs, and the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre are co-hosting the 2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 16 – 18, 2018. In addition, there will be also a Trade Show for crafters, organizations and businesses to share their services and products.

Vendors and Exhibitors

You are invited to join us in sharing your crafts, products, and practices and join other leaders who see the value in promoting healthy living in Indigenous communities.

Be a part of the 9th biennial 2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference Trade Show. Participating exhibitors will display their products and services to over 200 conference delegates who are healthcare, nutrition, dietetics, sport, fitness, and traditional/original activity professionals from all across Canada on April 16, 17 and 18, 2018. Attending delegates will include Community members, Indigenous leadership, Health Directors, health practitioners, Counselors, Social workers, Government representatives, Academics, Fitness Instructors, Cultural leaders, among others.

2018 National Indigenous Diabetes Conference Trade Show Fees

Space is limited to 18 Booths.

Non profit organizations Full Registration – Full 2 Days: $250
For Profit Organizations Full Registration – Full 2 Days: $350
Arts & Crafts Full Registration – Full 2 days: $50 *limited space*

Registrants will be supplied with a 6-foot table top display area including a table, and two chairs. Other display requirements are the responsibility of the vendor. Further details regarding set up and tear down times will be forwarded to you at a date closer to the event. The Trade Show will generate exposure for participating exhibitors and provide increased market awareness for products and services in healthcare, sports, dietetics, nutrition, fitness, and traditional/original activities.

For more information please contact jefflaplante@nada.ca or call 204-927-1224

 

 

 

 

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