For companies looking for recognition as an industry leader, as well as significant engagement opportunities, consider becoming an ASA Industry Supporter.
- Engagement with ASA members, leaders and subject matter experts throughout the year
- Access to national data and industry demographics
- Highly valued promotional opportunities
- Premium visibility at ASA meetings
The key to success at any meeting is maximum exposure to attendees. Whether the goal is branding, lead generation, market visibility, or all three, becoming a meeting sponsor provides access and visibility to attendees beyond the exhibit booth guaranteed to help meet these goals.
Meeting Sponsorships include:
- PRACTICE MANAGEMENT™ Conference Supporter:
Demonstrate the value of your company’s products and services in this crucial time of change in health care practice management.
- International Forum on Patient Safety & Quality Supporter:
Meet and network with international health care leaders and demonstrate your company's dedication to improving outcomes for patients and communities on a global level.
- ANESTHESIOLOGY® Annual Meeting Supporter:
Increase your company's impact at the largest annual meeting of anesthesiologists in the world – ANESTHESIOLOGY.
Pre-conference and on-site advertising
Pre-conference and on-site advertising is an excellent way to create awareness and build loyalty before attendees arrive at the meeting. Take advantage of meeting-related print, digital and specialty advertising opportunities to increase booth traffic and generate new leads.
For pricing and additional information for sponsor opportunities, please contact Vito Manola, Corporate Relations Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (847) 268-9226.
"Edwards Lifesciences is pleased to support ASA and the Perioperative Surgical Home model to further enhance patient care. We are dedicated to providing the anesthesia community with the valuable information and educational support needed for fluid optimization and enhanced surgical recovery in at-risk surgery patients, to help reduce post-surgical complications and length of stay."
— Katie Szyman
CVP, Critical Care and Vascular