We are pleased to offer you one common process to support CCC 2024.
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Dear Valued Partner,
On behalf of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society, I am delighted to extend a special invitation to you for the upcoming Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) 2024, scheduled to take place from October 24 to 27 in the vibrant city of Vancouver, British Columbia.
The CCC has evolved into a cornerstone event for cardiovascular health and care in Canada, and we are excited to once again bring together professionals, innovators, and thought leaders to network, learn from each other, and build lasting connections.
Why partner with us?
Participate in Canada’s premiere cardiology meeting and engage with a diverse community of healthcare professionals, many of whom are recognized as the best in their fields.
Showcase your organization and its products and programs.
Connect one-on-one with your core audiences, network with current clients, and foster new relationships.
Gain increased reach and exposure of your brand across your target audiences.
Increase your knowledge by participating in aspects in our programming.
CCC 2024 offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities designed to meet your organization’s unique goals and objectives. We are committed to delivering exceptional value to our partners and are eager to work with you to create a tailored package that ensures maximum impact.
We encourage you to reach out to us with any questions, ideas, or specific objectives you have in mind. Together, we can craft a partnership that aligns seamlessly with your goals – whether you aim to raise brand awareness, promote your products and services, or engage with delegates in innovative ways.
The future of cardiovascular health is being shaped at CCC 2024, and we want you to be a part of this transformative experience. Your support and engagement will contribute to building a healthier future for all Canadians.
We look forward to your participation and partnership in CCC 2024.
Atul Verma, MD, FRCPC, FHRS, FACC Annual Meeting Chair, Canadian Cardiovascular Congress Director, Division of Cardiology, McGill University Health Centre Isadore Rosenfeld Chair in Cardiology, Associate Professor, McGill University