A vast range of Sponsorship opportunities to enhance exposure of your business are now available. Ranging from 1/4 page advertisements to ‘Conference Partner’, cost effective packages can be tailored to suit individual organisations.
Sponsors and Exhibitors will have an opportunity to network and meet potential new clients and explore new business opportunities at this Conference that will bring together clinical practitioners, mental health experts, public health administrators and academics.
The revenue we receive from sponsorship is channelled into significantly reducing delegate participation costs and helps to lower the financial barriers to attendance.
- Gold or Silver Major Sponsor
- Welcome Reception
- Keynote Speaker
- Conference Handbook
- Conference Satchel
- Name Badges
- Concurrent Session
- Handbook Advertisements
- Satchel Inserts
- Maintain a high profile during and following the event.
- Demonstrate your organisations commitment to the Sector.
- Consolidate relationships and expose your staff to your key decision makers and thought leaders.
- Enable you organisation to benefit significantly from constant exposure to an interested, relevant and influential audience in a relaxed environment, away from the competition of everyday distractions.
As an added benefit daily catering will be served in the exhibition area, thus maximising exhibitor exposure to delegates.
All Sponsors and Exhibitors are acknowledged and linked from the conference website for one year.
Request your copy of the Sponsorship Prospectus
Eating Disorder Association Inc Qld (EDA)
The EDA is a community service organisation which provides free individualised counselling, group support, psycho education, information, resources and referral to Queensland carers, families and friends who are supporting someone living with an eating disorder. The EDA is funded by Queensland Health.
Overeaters Anonymous (OA) www.oa.org offers programme of recovery for those who suffer from compulsive eating including overeating, bulimia, anorexia. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop eating compulsively. We follow the Twelve Steps and Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous to abstain one day at a time.
Eating Disorder Hope supports those in eating disorder recovery, loved ones, eating disorder professionals, and its non-profit partners through valuable resources, original content, interactive social media events, and online forums.
The Eating Issues Centre is a community based non-profit charity (funded by Qld Health) promoting positive body image and prevention of eating issues as well as offering supportive therapeutic options for people affected by eating issues, throughout QLD
The Eating Issues Centre works closely with the Eating Disorders Association in providing support to people living with and recovering from eating issues, and their carer’s and loved ones.
Robina Private Hospital is a 90-bed private mental health and general medical hospital on the central Gold Coast. Its dedicated Eating Disorders Service is run by an experienced, multidisciplinary team and provides evidence-based inpatient, day patient and outpatient care for adolescents and young adults diagnosed with an Eating Disorder.
Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre is a 24hr service that provides assistance with accessing respite care in emergency and crisis situations, also providing information about services available to support carers, such as respite care, counselling and carer support services.
National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. The NEDC is a collaborative initiative connecting and communicating closely with primary health networks and key stakeholders in mental health, public health, health promotion, education, private practice, research and the community. Our primary purpose is to make evidence-based information more accessible, in order to improve the prevention, early intervention and management of eating disorders across Australia.
The c is a charity dedicated to fighting the single biggest killer of Australians – heart disease. For over 50 years, we’ve led the battle to save lives and improve the heart health of all Australians. Our sights are set on a world where people don’t suffer or die prematurely because of heart disease.