InBody USA to Sponsor the 7th Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress in Orlando

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL -The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) announces InBody USA as an Exhibitor Level sponsor for the 2015 conference. The conference will take place September 27-30, in Orlando FL.

The 2015 EHBC will see new initiatives aimed to motivate and inspire industry professionals, and highlight the latest trends in the industry, including:

  • Hosting the 100 Healthiest Employer Awards Ceremony (H100)
  • Conference integration with the HR Professional Association and the International Luxury Hotel Association
  • Conference-wide wearable device challenge
  • 1st Corporate Wellness Incubator Shark Tank Competition, where inventors of wellness products can showcase their ideas and possibly receive financial backing

About InBody USA

Founded in 1994, InBody became one of the first body composition analyzers in the world to transform the field of BIA with ground-breaking technology and award-winning devices. With our headquarters in Southern California, our mission is to help you look beyond the scale to understand the meaning behind your weight. See the difference with the InBody. See what you’re made of.

About the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress

The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress consists of six niche insurance industry conference tracks;

 

With multiple initiatives and platforms to unite the thriving employer healthcare industry, the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) is one of the largest US healthcare conferences in the country. Riding off the success of the 2014’s event, the 7th Annual Employer Healthcare & Benefit Congress anticipates up to 2,500 attendees, up to 200 Exhibitors and Sponsors.

Participants and attendees will have the opportunity to take advantage of the hundreds of one-on-one networking opportunities with registrants from all of the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Conferences, providing six times the traffic and networking for everyone attending the conferences this year.