Exhibitor Training is a Value Add that Pays Dividends
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It is commonly known that any company, including healthcare companies, that develop internal programs that strive for continuous improvement in key areas of their exhibit program set themselves up for greater success. Key areas include:
It is also known that associations that have exhibitors that are not knowledgeable in these areas are more challenging to work with, not to mention time draining. Many associations offer Exhibitor Training programs to not only share valuable information but to remind them prior to the opening of the convention, why they are there, the resources available to them through the association to reach their target audience and so much more. In addition, associations by offering this training are demonstrating their interest in the success of their exhibitors. A win-win for everyone.
Jacqueline Beaulieu, HMCC is currently with BlueHive Strategic Environments and is the Executive Director, Healthcare Education & Events. Jackie is formerly the Executive Director of the Healthcare Convention & Exhibitors Association (HCEA), an industry trade organization whose mission it is to improve healthcare conventions, exhibitions and events. With over 16 + years of experience working with pharmaceutical, medical device, biotech and other healthcare organizations and associations, she continues to educate those in our industry.
Jackie has conducted exhibitor training sessions at a number of large healthcare meetings such as Medtrade, American Heart Association, American Society of Microbiology, American College of Family Physicians, California Dental Association, Digestive Disease Week and College of American Pathologists. In addition, Jacqueline also conducts educational workshops at various trade associations and has participated in numerous educational sessions on the CMS Open Payments/Sunshine Act, and is a faculty member of Saint Louis University teaching the Healthcare Meeting Compliance Certificate program
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