AICPA Conferences enable you to target CPA professionals and financial management from across the U.S., leaders in CPA firms and businesses who represent the cream of the crop in their profession. Select from more than 30 conferences focused on the following topics:
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Benefit from highly qualified audiences who come to learn from nationally recognized speakers through top-notch agendas. Network with customers and prospects in relaxed settings, and enjoy first-class surroundings in which to showcase your products and services, and enhance your corporate identity.
Sponsorships position your company as a leader at a time when key decision-makers are eager to learn, and ready to help their firm or clients grow. So when you think about investing in face-to-face interaction at an AICPA Conference, consider the impact that a sponsorship will make on key customers and prospects.
Becoming a sponsor is easy. We offer sponsorships at many price-points, and all come with premium exhibit space and all exhibitor benefits! With any sponsorship you choose, you receive brand-building exposure with your corporate logo on signage, on big screens, in general sessions, in the conference program and more.
Exhibit space provides a turn-key selling platform, with carpet, a draped table, two chairs and wastebasket. You receive two full conference passes good for CPE credit, unlimited expo-only passes at $500 each, pre- and post-conference attendee lists, inclusion in exhibitor directories, and a special attendee discount code for your customers and prospects. Multiple networking events on the expo floor give you the chance to interact with and engage buyers, showcase products and generate quality sales leads.
Each AICPA conference offers customized pricing for exhibits and sponsorships, and all feature quality selling opportunities and valuable benefits.
For additional information, download the Guide to Conference Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities.
AICPA Sales Representatives:
Morris Marketing, Inc.
Alan Morris, Jessica Erickson, Dana Malvey and Teresa Bruggeman