The INSCA Annual Convention is held in the Spring of each year to provide a relaxed resort style venue where INSCA members and non-members alike may gather to network with their peers and to discuss and learn about the latest industry advances, trends and important product and business issues. The Convention serves as the ideal opportunity to interact and network with as many as 600 of your fellow industry colleagues in a variety of group settings, including receptions, the annual banquet, as well as recreational activities, including sporting events and tournaments. Throughout the Convention attendees have many opportunities to connect and strengthen relationships with current business customers and partners and to develop relationships with potential new business clients. The Annual Convention is also where INSCA’s leadership, by way of the Board of Directors, holds one of its two yearly meetings to conduct formal INSCA business.
In addition to the many great opportunities to network, Convention attendees may take advantage of a thoughtfully organized and comprehensive schedule of informative general sessions, seminars, workshops and presentations from leading experts in the industry as well as featured speakers on a wide variety of topics of general interest. No other international industry gathering provides so many opportunities to network with and learn from your peers as does the INSCA Annual Convention. That is what makes it the industry’s must attend event each year. What better opportunity could there be to experience both great camaraderie and learn, all in an international resort setting which has been carefully selected to ensure a great experience. INSCA recognizes the importance of ensuring that its meetings and events, including the Convention, are carried on in conformity with applicable antitrust laws. To that end, INSCA’ Board adopted an antitrust policy and guidelines which are included in convention materials and made available to all attendees.
As a reminder, INSCA expects all attendees to comply with its policy and while in attendance avoid any meeting or discussion that includes pricing, including raising, lowering or stabilizing or prices, regulating production, dividing up markets, or encouraging boycotts. It is important to avoid creating even the appearance of conduct that violates the antitrust laws.