The 2023 OSHA Virtual Fall Conference hosted by the Oregon Speech-Language and Hearing Association, is scheduled for October 13-14, 2023! We would like to extend an opportunity for your company to be showcased during this year’s event.
This annual conference is the perfect way to support continuing education in this industry and market your company and products to over 300 SLP, SLPA, Audiologists, Administrators, and students in Oregon and beyond.
Sponsorships help defray costs associated with the conference and permit OSHA to keep the registration fees low, allowing greater opportunity for participation by professionals and students across the state and beyond.
All sponsors will receive maximum exposure leading up to the virtual event, during the event, and following the event, as agreed upon for the sponsorship level your company chooses.
Please consider supporting this event. Doing so demonstrates your partnership and support of the mission of the Oregon Speech-Language and Hearing Association which is advancing the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology through education, advocacy, leadership, and collaboration to promote quality services for individuals and communities.
Cinthia Adair, OSHA Sponsorship Chair
Diamond Sponsor: $1,000.00
Platinum Sponsor: $750.00
Gold Sponsor: $500.00
Silver Sponsor: $300.00
Bronze Sponsor: $100.00
Sponsorship Level Details
NEW! Promote your business in the attendee swag bags- mailed to all registered attendees.
Your company must provide OSHA with 300 items (which meet guidelines) no later than Sept. 11 to be included in conference swag bags.
Guidelines: small item to fit within 5x7 bubble envelope, relatively flat/thin item, light weight. Potential items: Chapstick, Pen, Post It Notes, Stickers, Business Cards, Seed Packets, Mints, Gum, Fidget Spinners. Please contact OSHA at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about swag items or delivery.
OSHA expects to have approximately 30 sessions during the two-day conference. Sponsorships of sessions will be available on a first come, first served basis. OSHA will assign sessions.