Become an exhibitor at our 2022 conference

2023 Sponsor & Exhibitor information coming soon. Contact [email protected] to receive notifications.

Our 2022 exhibitors

Check out the exhibitors that will be at our conference on May 25-26, 2022.

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.

2023 Sponsor & Exhibitor information coming soon. Contact [email protected] to receive notifications.

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.

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.