Sponsorship, Exhibitor and Advertising Opportunities
CCSA is pleased to offer a wide array of sponsorship, exhibitor and advertising opportunities for its upcoming Issues of Substance 2019 conference, taking place at the Westin Ottawa from November 25–27, 2019.
Ranging from $500 to $25,000, there is a sponsorship, exhibitor or advertising opportunity to meet every type of budget so you can support Canada's only national conference focused on substance use and addiction.
Why Become a Sponsor, Exhibitor or Advertiser?
Your commitment to CCSA's Issues of Substance conference is a unique opportunity to reach, engage with and support a broad cross-section of addiction workers, healthcare professionals, researchers, policy makers, knowledge brokers, and people with lived or living experience and their families.
Most importantly, you will be demonstrating your support for the health and safety of all Canadians.
New For 2019!
For Issues of Substance 2019, CCSA is pleased to offer a number of new dedicated sponsorship opportunities for the first time. These sponsorship opportunities provide you with an exclusive chance to engage with conference delegates during the three-day event this November.
New sponsorship opportunities for 2019 include:
- Mobile App Sponsor ($7,500) – 1 available
- Lunch Sponsor ($5,000) – 2 available
- Charging Stations Sponsor ($4,500) – 1 available
- Nutrition Break Sponsor ($2,500) – 5 available
Additional information about these and other sponsorship opportunities is available in the Sponsors, Exhibitors and Advertisers Guide.
How to Secure your Sponsorship, Exhibit or Advertising
It is easy to secure your support for CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2019 conference. Simply complete the online application tool and select your desired support option.
Please direct any questions about CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2019 sponsorship program to Lauren Levett, Project Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-833-235-4048 ext. 272.
Please Note: CCSA reserves the right to accept or reject sponsorship applications at its sole discretion.