Learning Lounge

Reach the NASFAA attendees with a unique opportunity — an educational burst of information right on the exhibit hall floor.

What is it?

A 20-minute session on the exhibit hall floor in the presentation area where you can provide an overview of your product or service. All conference attendees can observe, but we will have seating for 50 people. Seating is first come, first serve.

When are they scheduled?

On Tuesday and Wednesday beginning with the coffee and pastry offering in the morning and throughout the day. See the schedule below for specific times time slots available.

Learning Lounge Time Slots
  • Tuesday, June 30—TBD after conference schedule has been announced.
  • Wednesday, July 1—TBD after conference schedule has been announced.

* Time slot does not conflict with any conference interest sessions.

Which exhibitors can participate?

Current NASFAA members who are exhibiting.

What is the deadline for submission of information?

April 10, 2020, through the online submission portal on your Exhibitor's Corner page under Options—Call for Submissions.

How will attendees know you are presenting?

The Learning Lounge presentations will be listed on the conference website, on the app, in the Conference-at-a-Glance, and on signs in the Exhibit Hall.

Will there be A/V?

NASFAA will provide a computer, monitor and audio system. Please bring your presentation on an external drive. Internet is provided, but if your presentation has streaming, NASFAA recommends a dedicated Wi-Fi connection available through the convention center exclusive provider (TBD) paid for by the presenter.

How much does it cost?

$750 for one 20-minute time slot.

Fine Print

  • NASFAA does not guarantee to workshop presenter any specific attendance number for these sessions.
  • Learning Lounge sessions are on a time schedule and it is the responsibility of the exhibitor to adhere to this schedule. Failure to do so may result in loss of the opportunity to present the scheduled workshop.
  • Priority is given to early submission and the date the request is received.
  • All material will be reviewed for relevant content and quality. The decision by NASFAA is final. The participating exhibitor agrees to hold harmless NASFAA with regard to any issue arising from or relevant to the exhibitor's presentation in the Exhibit Hall.

To sign up, or if you have any questions, please contact Mary Nokes.

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