Become an exhibitor at our 2023 conference

Please note our conference is paused for 2024.

Our 2023 Exhibitors

The Brain Injury Canada Conference is a virtual national event that focuses supporting the brain injury community through one of our key pillars: education. This conference for health care and service sector professionals not only builds support, but it provides attendees, businesses and organizations a unique opportunity to network and connect on a national scale – something that isn’t always possible with in-person events.

Benefits of becoming an exhibitor

At in-person events, exhibitors were often restricted to their booths and set exhibit hall times. By hosting our conference virtually with our interactive and high-quality conference platform, Pheedloop, we offer a variety of ways for exhibitors to engage with attendees throughout the whole conference (not just at dedicated break times). These features include:

  • Multiple one-on-one and group chat functions throughout the conference platform where invitations to chat or visit exhibitor booths can be shared
  • Live video capabilities for exhibitors that can be used to host live product demonstrations, information sessions, or special events for up to 25 people
  • Gamification that incentivizes attendees to interact with exhibitors
  • Live lead retrieval that lets exhibitors walk away with a list of potential customers and their contact information with the click of a button

The accessibility of a virtual platform also enables us to have a larger, more national audience, giving you opportunities to network with attendees from across the country.

Build your brand

Expand your brand and demonstrate your commitment to the ABI community across Canada. Through a partnership with Brain Injury Canada, you will:

  • Reach your target audience through a multi-channel marketing strategy including social media, digital marketing and an online virtual conference platform with networking and gamification
  • Enhance your recognition as a leader provincially and nationally in supporting those living with brain injury and their families
  • Be a key partner in driving change at the national, provincial, territorial, and local levels
  • Showcase your services  and your organization to delegates across Canada specifically related to the field of brain injury

Disclaimer: Exhibiting at the Brain Injury Canada Conference does not equate to an endorsement of a service or product. We do not provide medical advice, referrals or recommendations. Please consult with a medical professional on your care team about any products or services.