Why Exhibit at the
International Symposium on Child Abuse?
The 34th International Symposium on Child Abuse offers more than 160 workshops with tracks that are designed specifically for Administration, Child Protective Services, Forensic Interviewing, Human Trafficking/Sexual Exploitation, Law Enforcement, Medical, Mental Health/Treatment, Prevention, Prosecution/Legal, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Victim Advocacy, and Youth-Serving Organization.
Meeting associates face-to-face is the fastest and most effective way to build relationships, and interact with decision makers and potential customers. Symposium attendees consistently tell us how much they learn from and enjoy their time in the exhibit area and discover products and services they were not aware of before. Your presence at the Symposium positions your organization as a committed supporter in the fight to end child abuse and gives you a competitive advantage in the industry. Make the most of your marketing dollars by taking advantage of this affordable exhibit opportunity!
KidsPeace was surprised at the number of attendees at the International Symposium on Child Abuse. We were very pleased at the number of folks who stopped by to visit our exhibit and were curious about who we were and what we do. We have received numerous calls for more materials and asked questions since the conference. The Symposium was such great exposure for us in our first year here and we will never miss another International Symposium conference again! Your organizers did a wonderful job with all the details for the exhibitors and attendees. The app was easy to use and fun to work with! Thank you for allowing us to exhibit!!!
Karen Moller, LSW, CGW, Regional Director of Marketing| KidsPeace
CAC Manager's experience at the International Symposium on Child Abuse was first rate in every way. The facilities enabled us to demonstrate our case management software in a professional and helpful way for attendees. The Symposium staff were also supportive and professional. An all around great experience.
—Phillip Feldman, CAC Manager - cacmanager.com