Be a Sponsor!
Be Part of the change!
The Indiana Chapter of APSE: The Association of People Supporting Employment First invites you to participate in our 27th Annual Conference Destination Employment. This conference brings together 200 key stakeholders from business, government, education, and disability organizations to promote employment for people with disabilities.
Why should you consider sponsorship and/or exhibiting?
Sponsoring and/or exhibiting during the conference are great ways to market your services, obtain new customers, and sell your products.
Date: November 8th
Location: Mariott East, Indianapolis, IN
The exhibition space is available 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
What is the purpose of the conference?
Share and obtain new information on tools and techniques utilized to enhance the employment outcomes and the lives of people with disabilities. Sharpen the attendees’ skills and reignite their commitment to advancing disability employment in their own communities. Gain new knowledge based on research and practical experience.
Who will be attending?
Indiana’s conference is one of the largest statewide conferences dedicated to the employment of persons with disabilities in the nation. Participants include CEOs, employment providers, advocates, consumers and family members, program managers, direct service personnel, employment specialists, educators, WorkOne staff, mental health agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation counselors, and other state agency personnel. On the following page the sponsorship and exhibitor information is outlined. Please note the various sponsorship levels are designed to recognize every individual and organization as a contributor. If you have any questions please review our website at www.inapse.org. You can also contact the conference planner, Andrea Green at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 440 - 9993. In order to be recognized in all conference materials, we must receive your sponsorship by __________, 2017.
We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
Sponsorship & Exhibitors/ IN-APSE