The NSCP virtual event platform will become available for sponsors to create their firm profile on September 28th.
Training on how to use the platform will be offered on the following dates:
You may join either session or both, but you must register for the date(s) you wish to attend on or before September 28.
Register Now - Webinar Details will Follow Closer to the Event
Graphics must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than October 2nd via email or shared file link (e.g. DropBox).
Should the sponsoring company fail to submit their graphics file to NSCP by the expressed date, the logo NSCP maintains on file will be used for the event materials.
Your sponsorship package may include one (1) or more complimentary registrations based upon your sponsorship opportunity.**
Should you wish to register additional attendees in excess of those covered in your complimentary allotment, you’re welcome to do so at the discounted rate of $450 per attendee.**
You may contact NSCP to substitute initial registrants at any time prior to October 15, 2020. New Registrations or changes after this date will not be accepted. Please remember you may not exchange one registrant for another during the conference.
As a sponsor at the NSCP National Conference you're entitled to a one (1) year listing on the NSCP Vendor Directory. If you've not already done so, please complete our online form to be added to the directory.
NSCP grants sponsors a limited non‐exclusive license to use the conference attendee list containing the mailing information of those attendees that allow their address data to be available. This list is sent via email in spreadsheet format. Phone, fax, and email addresses are not provided. Use of this address data is limited to two mailings. Sponsors may not republish, upload, transmit, modify, rent, lease, loan, sell, assign, distribute, license, sublicense, or provide to any third parties any data provided by NSCP.
Conflicting Conference Events:
In the interest of the entire conference, sponsors may not extend invitations, call meetings, or otherwise encourage absence of attendees, other sponsors, or invited guests from the educational sessions or other activities planned by NSCP.