Annual Conference: June 28 to July 1, 2023
ACA 2023: Belonging - Considering archival bonds and disconnects
Why sponsor this national conference?
In 2020 and 2021, the ACA pivoted to host two successful online conferences. In 2022, the ACA hosted its first ever hybrid annual conference. In 2023, for the first time since 2019 (Toronto), the ACA annual conference will take place in person at the Delta PEI, located on the water close to many amenities and sites to see.
This version of the annual ACA annual conference will attract more than 225 archivists and record keepers working in the archives and communities across Canada, the USA and internationally.
Conference sponsorship allows you to reach this influential group of professionals, leaders and decision-makers.
Exciting marketing opportunities are provided that will enable your organization to:
Obtain valuable exposure and prominence with current and potential clients
Increase corporate and organizational visibility
Show your organization's commitment to supporting the diverse community of archivists and record keepers and the important work undertaken to preserving the records of today for future generations.
Four conference sponsorship levels to choose from … with benefits and recognition for your organization
Acknowledgements and Advertising Opportunities
Whova Conference App: This year, the ACA will be using Whova, a networking and engagement conference app to support this year's conference. All supporters will be listed in the app. We will also be using banners to highlight the support of our sponsors.
Conference Programs: Published prior to the annual conference, the Program contains detailed descriptions of sessions and social events. It is posted on the web, reaching all delegates and is accessible to the international archives community.
Please contact the ACA Secretariat with any questions you may have.
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