Sponsorship & Exhibition
A comprehensive Exhibition will run concurrently with the Symposium and will showcase the best in the field of health promotion & community engagement.
The Exhibition will provide delegates and exhibitors with excellent opportunities to network in a favourable environment that provides a central and energised meeting place for all participants.
As there are limited Exhibition spaces, companies are urged to contact the Sponsorship and Exhibition Account Manager by emailing email@example.com or phoning +61 2 9265 0700.
The Symposium will provide the perfect forum for companies actively involved in health promotion & community engagement to promote their products and services. There are many attractive sponsorship and advertising opportunities available to showcase your company’s brand to your key target markets ranging from small to high level packages. Packages can also be individually tailored to suit your requirements.
Key facts and figures
- AHPA 2018 expects 250+ delegates
- Market to Health Promotion Managers/Officers, Project Managers, Health/Allied Health Professionals, General Senior Management, Academics/Researchers and Practitioners
- Demonstrate your support & commitment to the achievement of health and well being for all
- Strengthen your brand awareness with your clients
The Organising Committee of Health Promotion Symposium 2018 would like to thank the following Sponsors and Exhibitors for their support:
VicHealth is the world’s first health promotion foundation, and the champion of health for all Victorians. We work to keep people healthy, happy and well – preventing chronic disease and keeping people out of the medical system.
For over 30 years, VicHealth has been a pioneer in health promotion. We work with partners to discover, implement and share solutions to the health problems facing Victorians. We seek a Victoria where everyone enjoys better health and wellbeing.
Our vision is for one million more Victorians to have better health and wellbeing by 2023.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
AHPA is a not-for-profit Australian Public Company limited by guarantee. It is Australia’s peak national health promotion body for people interested or involved in the practice, research and study of health promotion and population health. Its mission is to advocate and enable best practice so that we are better placed to contribute to the health and wellbeing of all Australians.
At Deakin University, we practice what we preach. In addition to our influential health promotion teaching and research, we have led a coalition of universities to become smoke-free, and we’re now making out campuses healthier for staff and students in relation to alcohol and food. We’re proud to assist the next generation of leaders in health as an indigenous/student scholarship sponsor of the Health Promotion Symposium 2018.
CQUniversity Australia’s remarkable growth in student numbers, new courses, new campuses, infrastructure, research impact and reputation has seen the University emerge as one of Australia’s truly great universities. Originally founded in Rockhampton, it was awarded full university status in 1992, and now has more than 30 000 students spread across more than 20 campuses and locations Australia-wide. CQUniversity aspirations over the coming five years include continued expansion of student success, research excellence, social innovation and community engagement.
Wedderburn has been supplying Australian organisations with quality equipment since 1896. We specialize in body composition monitors, professional weighing scales and height measurement equipment for the health industry.
For over 50 years, La Trobe has been striving to build healthy communities.
From turning everyday plants into affordable medicine to shaping the future of cancer treatment, our health research is rated well above world standard*.
With multi-million-dollar research facilities, we’re making real impact on the health of Australians.
*2015 Excellence in Research for Australia Report
Curtin University School of Public Health, established in 1979, our school leads positive change in public health and wellbeing in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.