Faced with the uncertainty of Covid-19, many businesses and academic programs have struggled to attract new clients and students. Using our online platform to host NECoPA 2020 on November 6th and 7th, we aim to not only bring academics, students, and practitioners of public administration together, but also to provide opportunities for them to communicate with businesses to solve problems and universities to find new academic programs.
How Can I Attract New Clients and Students?
By contributing as an online exhibitor, you’ll reap enormous benefits including widespread publicity in our pre- and post-conference materials, virtual exhibition halls, and recognition during the opening plenary session. You will have eight hours of access to attendees in 1:1 or group virtual meeting rooms, ample time to forge connections and share your offerings.
To get started, please email NECOPA2020@gmail.com. Secure your exhibition hall virtual spot by September 30.
The Northeast Conference on Public Administration is a collaborative endeavor intended to foster discussion on research and practice in public and nonprofit organizations. The evolving nature of public administration requires continuous innovation and collaboration with both industry and academia.
By becoming a business exhibitor at NECoPA 2020, you’ll have the unique opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities academics and practitioners face that you have the resources to help solve. As an academic program exhibitor, you can attract new students and discuss program developments and modifications with other academics in the field.
Why This Year?
NECoPA 2020 will be unlike any previous conference due to the use of an online platform. By hosting NECoPA virtually, attendees from across the United States and abroad will be presenting and attending, giving you a wider reach of potential contacts.
Not only do we expect a more geographically diverse attendance this year, we also expect a larger group. NECoPA 2019 attracted 207 participants made up of 50% students, 25% academics, and 25% practitioners from government agencies and nonprofits. This year, we expect to double the attendance with over 400 registrants. With emphasis placed on student presenters, we expect 60% of our attendees to be students in doctoral or masters programs.