Sponsorship Levels Available For Annual Support

Dear CWCC Industry Partners,

We would like to formally invite you to our 2021 Quarterly educational offerings. Our Mission is to raise community awareness of scientific advances in wound care and to be a resource to wound care providers through education, consultation, and promotion of evidence-based, advanced wound care practice. As always, membership to this accredited community is free.

Our Advanced Wound Care Symposia (AWCS) are open to health care providers, faculty, and students with an interest in wound medicine and hyperbaric medicine. The AWCS are how we deliver the latest in advanced wound care content in addition to our Spring & Fall Basic Wound Care Course (BWCC). Each quarter we present new and topical information from wound care experts. Our format encourages interaction with Q&A segments with speakers and the opportunity to network with colleagues.

We offer up to 2 hours of exhibiting exposure plus lunch symposia opportunities during the WCS to an audience of up to 125 advanced practice professionals.

The Basic Wound Care Course (BWCC), offered Spring and Fall. This course is a basic orientation to wound care. It is directed at wound care providers of all backgrounds who desire a well-rounded overview of the major components of comprehensive wound assessment and treatment. Join us for didactic sessions and 2 hours of interactive breakouts using wound care products. Our BWCC faculty represent the top wound care providers in the region.

We offer up to 2 hours of exhibiting exposure during the BWCC to an audience of up to 125 clinicians and trainees.

We would like to thank you all for your continued support of this great organization.

We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting!

Helen D. Christians, MOTL, WCC, 2021 President of CWCC
Victor Quijano, DPM Secretary & President-Elect of CWCC


  • Allied Health (outpatient, inpatient practitioners, home and diabetes care practitioners) including RN, FNP/PNP, PA/PAC, OT/MOTL, CWON, PT, RRT, Program Administrators: Roughly 55%
  • Physicians (podiatrists, community physicians, academic, wound care) including MD, DO, ND, DPM: Roughly 15%
  • Students: Roughly 30%

2021 DATES:

  • February 27th - AWCS (Advanced Wound Care Symposium, half day course)
  • April 24th & 25th - BWCC (Basic Wound Care Course, two half days)
  • July 31st - AWCS (Advanced Wound Care Symposium, half day course)
  • October 16th & 17th - BWCC (Basic Wound Care Course, two half days)
  • Nov 10th - Community Building Event with Case Studies (2 hr evening, non-CME event)

To become a Sponsor - Contact:

Well-Assembled Meetings
503-635-4761 or Registrations@wellassembled.com


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The Fine Print

Terms & Conditions

Payment - A 50% deposit of the contracted rate should be forwarded with the Application. The balance must be paid in full by the Monday prior to the start of the applicable course, or the space will not be held without prior authorization from the Conference Coordinator. Applications will be considered on a space available basis. Checks should be made payable to the Columbia Wound Care Community and mailed with your application to: CWCC c/o Well Assembled Meetings

333 South State Street, V324

Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Ph: (503) 878-7918

Space Assignment - Preference of space assignment will be given in the order in which applications are received and level of support. Exhibitors wishing to avoid assignment of space adjacent to a particular company should indicate that on their application. Careful consideration will be given to such requests. The CWCC reserves the right to alter the exhibit floor plan at any time.

Cancellation Policy - Cancellations received in writing to the Conference Coordinator at least 30 days prior to the start of the course will be subject to a 50% administrative fee. No refund is possible for cancellations received within 30 days of the course.

Installation of Exhibits - The exhibit area will be available for set-up the day of each course starting at 6:30 am – 7:30 am. Assembly of exhibits during the regularly scheduled exhibit hours will not be permitted.

Dismantling of Exhibits - All exhibits must remain intact until the official closing time of 12:00 pm for Advanced Wound Care Symposia and 5:00 pm for Basic Wound Care Courses and may not be dismantled or removed, in whole or in part, before that time.

Shipping Instructions – Do not ship directly to the venue. Please send materials directly to conference coordinator’s office along with tracking information to:

CWCC c/o Julie Vissers

Meriweather East

0844 SW Curry Street.

Portland, OR 97239


*Please note: No large/oversized displays or promo products are accepted to our office. Our staff does not transport your items from the office to the conference facility – you will need to arrange for pick-up and delivery.

Exhibit Personnel - All participants affiliated with exhibits must be pre-registered. Each person will be issued an exhibitor badge and must be employed by the exhibitor or have a direct business affiliation. Each exhibiting company is allotted pre-determined complimentary badges per exhibit purchased. Additional badges, per course, are $40/$50 each.

Special Needs - Please contact the Conference Manager if you have a disability that will require special accommodations.

Conducting Exhibits - No drawings, raffles or quiz-type contests of any type will be permitted. No bags or containers for collection of samples are to be distributed by an exhibitor. This applies to any envelope, folder, portfolio, box, etc., that provides carrying space for more than a single sample. Electrical or other mechanical apparatus must be muffled so noise does not interfere with other exhibitors. Character of the exhibits is subject to approval of the Conference Manager. The Conference Manager reserves the right to refuse applications which do not meet the standards required or expected, as well as the right to curtail exhibits or parts of exhibits that reflect against the character of the meeting. This applies to displays, literature, advertising, novelties, souvenirs, conduct of persons, etc.

Fire Protection - All materials used in the exhibit area must be flame proofed and fire-resistant in order to conform to the local fire ordinances and in accordance with regulations established by the local Fire Department. Crepe paper or corrugated paper, flameproof or otherwise, will not be permitted. Excelsior or other paper is not to be used in crating merchandise. Display racks, signs, spotlights and special equipment must be approved before use, and all displays are subject to inspection by the Fire Department. Any exhibit or parts thereof found not to be fireproof may be dismantled. All aisles and exits must be kept clear at all times, and fire stations and fire extinguisher equipment are not to be covered or obstructed.

Protection of the Venue Building - Exhibitors will be held liable for any damage caused to Medical Campus or Conference Center property, and no material or matter of any kind shall be posted on, tacked, nailed, screwed or otherwise attached to columns, walls, floors or other parts or portions of the hotel building or furnishings. Whatever may be necessary to properly protect the building, equipment or furniture will be installed at the expense of the exhibitor.

Security - There will be no security furnished in the exhibit area when exhibits are closed. The safekeeping of the exhibitor’s property shall remain the responsibility of the exhibitor.

Liability - Exhibitor shall be fully responsible to pay for any and all damages to property owned by the Venue, its owners or managers which result from any act or omission of exhibitor. Exhibitor agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless, The Lorenzen Conference Center and the Columbia Wound Care Community, its owners, managers, officers or directors, agents, employees, subsidiaries and affiliates, from any damages or charges resulting from exhibitor’s use of the property. Exhibitor’s liability shall include all losses, costs, damages, or expenses arising from, out of, or by reason of any accident or bodily injury or other occurrences to any person or persons, including the exhibitor, its agents, employees, and business invitees which arise from or out of the exhibitor’s occupancy and use of the exhibition premises, the Venue or any part thereof.

Indemnification - The exhibitor, Venue and CWCC agree to indemnify, defend and hold the each other harmless from any loss, liability, costs or damages arising from actual or threatened claims or causes of action resulting from the negligence, gross negligence or intentional misconduct of the party indemnifying or its respective officers, directors, employees, agents, contractors, members or participants (as applicable), provided that with respect to officers, directors, employees, and agents such as individuals are acting within the scope of their employment or agency, as applicable.

Insurance - The exhibitor shall obtain and maintain and provide evidence of insurance upon request in amount sufficient to provide coverage for any liabilities which may reasonably arise out of or result from the parties respective obligations pursuant to this contract.