Staying with our theme of Stronger Together, the Conference Program Committee of committed volunteers have put together a plan for 3 days in June that will challenge, excite and stimulate you. The mix of keynote sessions, symposia, workshops and tours, lectures and research sharing celebrates the strength that comes from the synergy of talents, ideas and contributions of many. We’ve even left some time for social and networking with your colleagues, peers and friends.
350 St Mary Avenue
This is the premier meeting of dietitians in Canada where you’ll have the perfect opportunity to profile your products and services. 700 - 750 dietitians are expected to attend from June 8 to 11, 2016 in Winnpeg.
Take advantage of opportunities to increase your company’s exposure, heighten your brand recognition and drive your organization’s sales. Sponsorship and exhibit packages are available to suit all budget levels and are developed to effectively connect with delegates and deliver your corporate message.
Develop successful business relationships.
Raise your corporate profile.
Target your best prospects where they are looking for what’s new in the marketplace.
Demonstrate leadership by engaging in the latest research and issues.
Gain recognition within the dietetic profession.
Eighty-five percent of conference delegates agree that the Exhibitor Showcase successfully profiles new products in the Canadian marketplace.
Past sponsors and exhibitors include: food commodity boards, foodservice companies, supermarket chains, insurance brokers, clinical product manufacturers, governments, restaurant chains, national and specialty food manufacturers, vitamin and health product manufacturers.
About Dietitians of Canada:
We promote easier access to trusted food and nutrition information from dietitians. Through our public website, our annual Nutrition Month Campaign and our online dietitian referral systems, we facilitate access to dietitians for the public, for the media, and for other health professionals.
We provide leadership in shaping nutrition policy that supports healthy eating and promotes the health of Canadians at the national, provincial and local levels.
We develop standards and resources that support dietitians and other health professionals in their practice as well as provide professional development opportunities.
On behalf of the Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice, we accredit education and training programs that prepare students for practice as a dietitian.
We promote dietitians as valuable members of the health team, providing cost-effective health promotion, disease prevention, treatment and supportive care.