Planning for the 2015 Workers' Compensation Summit is underway. "Keeping Minnesota Safe and Healthy" will feature two half-days of general sessions and workshops focusing on current issues affecting the workers' compensation system and ways to improve processes and services that affect employers and injured workers.
Reserve a room at Cragun's -- The special room rate for the 2015 Workers' Compensation Summit's registered participants is just $127.18 a night (lodging and sales tax included).
View the 2015 speaker and topic line-up (as of April 2, 2015)
CEUs have been applied for; details will be posted here when they are available.
Join the roster of 2015 Exhibitors and Sponsors
Electronic Waveform Lab, Inc.
We are excited to offer organizations two ways to showcase their company and support this important event. The Workers' Compensation Summits have each attracted many stakeholders, including employers, insurers, providers, employee representatives, public officials and others. We're sure this year's event will too. Space is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Exhibitor's Package includes an 8' x 10' booth with 8' skirted table, two chairs, electrical access and
Wi-Fi connectivity; as well as two complimentary all-access passes to the conference, all conference materials and meals (additional exhibitor staff members must register and pay the conference fee); plus company description, contact information and logo listed in the conference program, with name/logo featured on signage throughout the conference area. The cost for the Exhibitor's Package is only $1,000.
The Sponsor's Package includes the company's name/logo on signage throughout the conference area and in the conference program. The cost for the Sponsor's Package is only $500.
This opportunity closes at the end of business on Friday, May 16, 2015. Questions about becoming an exhibitor or sponsor may be directed to Lisa Wichterman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (651) 284-5173.
The 2015 Workers' Compensation Summit will be hosted by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry and the Workers' Compensation Advisory Council. No taxpayer dollars will be used to fund this event.