(Written for MA)
Are you looking to make a real splash in the allied health industry?

We’re looking for few exclusive sponsorship partners to join us this year at the Myotherapy Association National Conference this May 17th, 2020

Your company has a story, and we want to help you tell it. With so many messages and services, this is an excellent opportunity to get cut-through to your market. We encourage you to engage deeply with your audience, and this is the perfect time and place to forge new connections and deepen current relationships.

Our theme this year is Knowledge is Power – “Stand out from the Crowd”. Our world-class speakers and partners are creating a professional development atmosphere that was second to none for our attendees.

Our stellar line-up of speakers including Dr Tasha Stanton (accreditations), Dr Ebonie Rio, and (….), presenting on varied topics focusing on best practice, and current research and evidence to enhance attendees knowledge.

We’ve continuously cemented lasting relationships with myotherapists and other allied health practitioners from around Australia and boast over 240 attendees last year.

We want to invite you to be a part of our thriving community of allied health professionals and be a part of industry conversations.

Attached is our 2020 Partner Prospectus, providing you with a breakdown of the opportunities for category sponsorship available to you.

This is the perfect opportunity to deliver your message directly to your target market by providing a promotional sample and services. The feedback we’ve received from manual therapy businesses, such as myotherapist, are often looking to offer products to their clients with products in health and wellbeing while providing some great revenue perks.
The conference committee is also looking to provide giveaways on the event day and would welcome the chance to discuss if this may be an option for your organisation.

Please contact Genine Cattanach on 03 94183913 or reply directly to this email for more information.
We look forward to sharing the stage at Australia’s largest Myotherapy specific event.