After considering several key factors, NCMPR has decided to switch to a completely virtual event for the 2021 national conference, which would have been held in person March 11-13 in Seattle, Washington. Here are some of the reasons for going virtual – and why it’s important to make the decision now.
Ultimately, NCMPR's goal is to provide members with a virtual conference that is informative, engaging and, yes, even fun. NCMPR will strive to make it a memorable event, even in this overly crowded virtual space that we have become all too familiar with.
Watch for more details, coming soon. We hope you'll join us!
NCMPR has re-issued its call for presentations and extended the deadline for accepting proposals to Oct. 2. Learn More.
If you submitted a proposal in the original call for presentations, it will be forwarded for consideration. You don't need to take any other action. (And thanks for submitting!)
Plans are already underway for creating a full conference experience, and programming and registration information will be available in the next few months. Stay tuned for updates.
Included as part of the conference program will be a virtual exhibit hall with robust features that will enable sponsors and exhibitors to interact with attendees and provide information about their company's services. Pricing and other details will be available in the next few months.