The IAQA 19th Annual Meeting will be held January 24–27, 2016 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort in Orlando, Florida. Meeting attendees will have the opportunity to visit the IAQ Exhibitor Pavilion at the AHR Expo, attend essential education sessions, network with professionals worldwide, obtain continuing education credits, and stay ahead of the competition.
TO: Be on the Cutting Edge of Technology and Education
“No matter how long you’ve been in the indoor air quality industry or what position you hold at your company, chances are there is still knowledge to be learned. Trends and laws change; new strategies and innovations happen all the time: to stay on the cutting-edge (and ahead of your competitors) you need these opportunities!”
-Travis West, Building Air Quality, Inc.
TO: Network with Industry Peers and Facilitate Member Engagement
“Networking is an intrinsic part of your professional success. When you meet with your peers, you have an opportunity to collaborate, to exchange ideas, to validate and broaden your perspectives.”
– Valerie Brodeur, Senior Industrial Hygienist, Dunn Environmental Consulting
TO: Connect and Communicate with Our Vendors, Suppliers and Business Partners
“Our exhibitors are industry experts and solution providers, who truly know what is happening in our industry – and they have the answers to your questions. Spend time with our vendors: some of the best people for you to get to know if you want to be ‘in-the-know’!”
– Cole Stanton, Executive Vice President, Fiberlock Technologies, Inc.
TO: Learn from the Experts
“Our presenters are proven business leaders, researchers, strategists, practitioners and peers. Embrace the opportunity to learn from these professionals and industry leaders. The selection process for speakers is thorough and as in-depth. We ensure that you’re hearing from the best!”
-Dr. Eva King, Director of Scientific Services, Indoor Biotechnologies, Inc.
TO: Have Fun
“Be honest – the Annual IAQA Conference is a lot packed into a short amount of time: resulting in Member Engagement, Communication and Connection, Education and Collaboration. And let’s not forget the opportunities to ‘de-stress’ and have some fun!”
– Jay M. Stake, President, Structural Sciences Environmental