The APMA Annual Scientific Meeting, also known as "The National," is the premier educational program for podiatrists across the country. It offers an unsurpassed educational program that features a renowned faculty, an impressive exhibit hall that spotlights the latest products and services, and special social events. Sponsors receive a multitude of recognition benefits before, during, and after the meeting.
The National sponsorship opportunities fulfill a variety of marketing objectives: launching a new product, building your brand, differentiating your company, driving booth traffic, and more. Sponsorship opportunities are available for non-CECH programs and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional sponsorship details are available in the meeting prospectus.
In any given year, more than 200 companies partner with APMA in the some way. These companies recognize APMA’s value in building brand awareness across the entire membership of the organization, and they embrace APMA’s mission to the advance and advocate for the specialty of podiatric medicine and surgery for the benefit of its members and the health of the public.
Deepen your exposure at The National with meeting sponsorship. Sponsors enjoy repeated exposure and visibility before, during, and after the meeting. All sponsorships include automatic enrollment in the corporate membership program, giving you exposure, advertising discounts, and more throughout the year.
In addition to becoming a sponsor, deepen your exposure at The National with advertising and branding opportunities.
Support our cutting-edge educational program offering continuing education contact hours (CECH) with an educational grant. Grant support for continuing education is vital to enable APMA to defray the costs of program development and execution. Providers of educational grants will be recognized as a meeting sponsor at the corresponding level of meeting sponsorship. Any recognition for educational grants must be in compliance with all rules and regulations surrounding grants to associations for medical education programs.