The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) is the largest gathering of multidisciplinary wound care clinicians in the United States. Continuing education credits are offered for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, podiatrists, physical therapists, and dietitians. SAWC Fall was launched in order to enhance attendee accessibility to the premier education event of SAWC through the strategic location of two events in opposite regions of the country.
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Exhibit Space Includes:
- Standard booth identification sign showing exhibitor name and booth number
- Draped 8-foot high back wall and 36-inch high side rails
- Daily cleaning of aisles in exhibit area
- Company listing in the Conference Guide and Mobile App
- Complimentary exhibit badges (quantity based on the size of the booth space)
- Carpeted aisles
- Access to education sessions is permitted if there is space available but will not include the ability to obtain educational credits
Exhibit Hall Schedule*
Thursday, October 13th 8:00 AM - 6:00PM
Friday, October 14th 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Exhibit Hall Hours*
Friday October 14 4:45 PM - 6:45 PM
Saturday, October 15 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Sunday, October 16 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Sunday, October 16th 2:00PM - 7:00PM
*schedule to change
Access the Nation's Largest Wound Care Exhibit Hall
The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Fall meeting offers attendees the opportunity to access the nation's largest wound care exhibit hall.
SAWC Fall’s Exhibit Hall showcases the latest products and treatment solutions available in wound care. Research and advances in technology are increasingly changing the way patients are treated, and healthcare providers are under increasing pressure to improve patient outcomes. Exhibiting companies will be showcasing products and services from all major categories:
Wound Care Products
Support Surfaces and Positioning Devices
Educational Offerings and Products
Benefits of Exhibiting
The scope of SAWC continues to expand with SAWC Fall. As an exhibitor, you can
expect the same caliber and multidisciplinary attendee mix as you see with
SAWC Spring/WHS. Similar to SAWC Spring/WHS, SAWC Fall includes
unopposed Exhibit Hall hours. Exhibitors have come to expect and appreciate having the complete focus of meeting attendees during exhibit times.
As the second largest wound care conference in the U.S. to SAWC Spring/WHS,
we are expecting more than 1,000 attendees and between 80 and 100 exhibiting
companies this year in Las Vegas.
We Support Our Exhibitors By Providing:
-Customized marketing programs
-Exhibitor marketing kit (full of many useful tools for every step of your trade show experience)
-An experienced sales staff to assist you with reaching your marketing goals
-Access to attend regular SAWC Sessions with your Exhibitor Badge (does not include pre/post conference sessions and credits)
HMP Education reaches more than 225,000 wound care professionals and decision-makers through an aggressive marketing campaign that utilizes an array of print and web vehicles, outlined below.
-Print advertising in Wound Management & Prevention, WOUNDS and Podiatry Today
-A dedicated SAWC Fall website
-Banner ads on journal websites and eNewsletters
-Polybag promotions in Wound Management & Prevention, WOUNDS, and Podiatry Today
-Comprehensive direct-mail campaign using journal mailing lists
Interested in Exhibiting?
Contact Your Sales Representative
National Sales Manager, Wound Care/Podiatry Division
National Account Manager, Wound Care Division
Beware of Unauthorized List Rental Solicitations
Please be aware that SAWC Fall does not sell or distribute SAWC Fall attendee lists to any third party vendor. If you have been approached by a third party vendor to purchase a SAWC Fall conference attendee list, it is a scam. If you do receive correspondence from any individuals claiming to be selling a SAWC Fall attendee list please report them to Tara Fields at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will take the appropriate action. We would suggest that you do not respond or engage with these vendors. It only emboldens their effort. We do our best to keep our eye on these offenders. We send them cease and desist requests and then report them to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). We also send out information educating our exhibitors and members on proper handling of these requests.