Get ready for the must-attend transaction-focused event for the seniors housing and care industry - the 23rd NIC National Conference, October 9-11, 2013, at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers.
Where else will you find a stellar lineup of top-tier policymakers, influential thought leaders, and industry and finance experts - including U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, sharing his in-depth perspective on the current state and future direction of the U.S. and global economies; Debra Cafaro, Chairman & CEO of Ventas, Inc. and former NAREIT Chair, moderating a discussion/debate on fiscal and monetary policy and their influence on economic growth along with economist and former Obama Administration economic adviser Austan Goolsbee; and Dan Mendelson, founder and CEO of Avalere Health and former head of Healthcare in the White House OMB, moderating a debate - all together under one roof?
Get relevant and actionable information on the opportunities and challenges facing our industry - with session topics ranging from high-level macroeconomic and fiscal and monetary policy considerations, to entitlement reform and its consequences, to the specific issues influencing your investment decisions. Take advantage of the opportunity to network, learn, and get deals done at this one-of-a-kind meeting of the most influential players from the industry and investment worlds.
NIC's mission is to facilitate informed investment in the seniors housing and care industry.
As an impartial observer and unbiased source, NIC has become the primary link between the financial markets and seniors housing developers/operators, connecting each side through relevant research and practical information. Proceeds from our events such as the National Conference are used to fund data and research on issues that are reshaping the seniors housing and care industry as they relate to investors, lenders, owners, and operators. All sponsorship opportunities will reach the entire audience of more than 2,000 attendees.
Since its creation, NIC has served as a valuable resource to lenders, investors, developers/operators, and others interested in meeting the housing and care needs of America's seniors.