HealthyWomen's 5th Annual Event

Register Today to Join Us! Thursday, October 7, 2021 4:00-7:00 p.m. EDT

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We're so excited for our annual event that will honor innovation in women's health, research and advocacy. Find out more about our upcoming event here:

Register Today to Join Us! Thursday, October 7, 2021 4:00-7:00 p.m. EDT

Half-page ad in the event programName or corporate logo (linked) on event sponsor web page at www.HealthyWomen.orgReserved tickets for 10 guestsGOLD:Gold sponsor acknowledgment on sponsor recognition poster showcased at the event entranceQuarter-page ad in the event program

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Name or corporate logo (linked) on event sponsor web page at www.HealthyWomen.orgReserved tickets for 10 guestsSILVER:Silver sponsor acknowledgment on sponsor recognition poster showcased at the event entranceRecognition as a silver sponsor in the event program

Name or corporate logo (linked) on event sponsor web page at www.HealthyWomen.orgReserved tickets for 10 guestsFor additional information regarding sponsorship opportunities, please emailRebecca@healthywomen.orgWhy Celebrate?Women’s Health, Research and Innovation is our 5th annual event created to highlight leaders in women's health during a very challenging and evolving health year. HealthyWomen is pleased to bring together thought leaders and innovators who actively advance women’s health, research, advocacy and clinical care from unique and inclusive perspectives. We welcome long-time friends, allies and partners, as well as new acquaintances, to engage with and learn from our timely and thought-provoking programs. We thank our sponsors and our guests for their commitment to women’s health and wellness.. headtopics.com

About HealthyWomenHealthyWomen is the nation's leading independent, nonprofit health information source for women. Our mission is to educate, engage and inspire women, ages 35 to 64, to make informed health choices to live and age well. We engage with healthcare professionals, patient advocates, policymakers, NGOs and corporate partners to better inform our educational resources so that we can provide our audience with the most reliable, medically accurate, balanced health information. For 30+ years, millions of women have turned to HealthyWomen for answers to their most personal healthcare questions.

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