2020 HDA Business and Leadership Conference Canceled
Like your organizations, HDA has continued to monitor developments related to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, particularly as it relates to our upcoming conferences. Given widespread “stay-at-home” orders across country, including in the Commonwealth of Virginia (where HDA is headquartered) and the State of Colorado, we have decided to cancel the 2020 Business and Leadership Conference on June 7–10 in Colorado Springs. With the continuing concerns about the scope of the virus in the U.S., we felt we could not proceed with a large corporate gathering at this time.
Thanks go to our meeting registrants, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors for their participation and support. While some aspects of the program will move to next year’s event, we are evaluating alternative approaches to hosting some of the functions of this meeting at another HDA event held later this fall.
We appreciate your understanding and kindly ask for your patience as we process conference refunds. The Broadmoor is currently closed until May 22; we have asked the hotel to automatically cancel all room reservations, and they will provide deposit refunds. If you have any questions, please contact Brooke Naylor at email@example.com.
We recognize that this has been an uncertain time as the country collectively grapples with this public health crisis. On behalf of all of us at HDA, we hope you and your families are staying well.
HDA's Business and Leadership Conference (BLC) provides an opportunity to meet with more than 700 supply chain executives for nearly three days of productive business meetings. Highlights include:
Two-and-a-half days of productive one-on-one business appointments, saving your company time and money by providing easy access to your valued trading partners;
The Service Provider Pavilion facilitates meetings with the companies that can help with your company prepare for DSCSA implementation, institute safe and secure data management solutions or provide reverse logistics solutions, to name just a few of the services provided by companies in the pavilion; and,
The chance to network with top-level executives and peers — more than 160 companies attended the BLC last year.