Sponsorship and Exhibiting

Our sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities offer you unique marketing options to reach our diverse audiences.  Attendees at our programs and conferences represent psychologists in private practice, hospitals, clinics, public and private institutions and in academia.  What all our attendees have in common is the desire to learn about new products and services that will benefit their professional and personal lives.  Our sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities allow you to meet face-to-face with our attendees and build business relationship with potential new clients!

Sponsorships

We welcome the opportunity to acknowledge your company by mentioning/displaying your company name, logo, product lines, and contact information in print and online.  We will mention slogans and value-neutral descriptions of your goods or services in acknowledgement of your supporting our function.  We can also display and distribute your products at a sponsored activity or event.  Our sponsorships cannot include qualitative or comparative language, price information, an indication of savings or value, or a call to purchase, sell, or use your products or services.  Because each event and venue are different, we can discuss customizing a package just for you!  Contact Christine at 973-243-9800 or by email njpacg@psychologynj.org for details.

Exhibiting

Our conferences offer a low-cost marketing opportunity and face-to-face interaction with an interested, captive audience.  Meet mental health professionals from across the state and build business relationships with potential new clients!  Each table is approximately 6 feet with 2 chairs.  Outlet spots are available on a first come first serve basis.  Lunch is available for an additional fee.  You will also be listed on our website and Friday Updates (weekly e-blast to members).  $400

Upcoming Events:

Spring Program:  May 5, 2017  Breakfast Sponsorship
Fall Conference: Saturday, November 11, 2017 Breakfast Sponsorship, Lunch Sponsorship, Exhibiting
Focus:  Domestic Violence