The marketing world changes each day, and as the Apollidon team stays ahead of digital trends, we also realize the importance of getting client programs out there and speaking to potential students face-to-face. To ensure all marketing platforms are covered, Apollidon dedicates time to showcase their client programs at audience-specific conferences across the United States. Through extensive market research and creative initiatives, Apollidon represents client programs in every way possible.
May 9-12, 2017
Animal Care Expo 2017
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
The Animal Care Expo brings together more than 2,000 animal care experts, professionals and those new to the field from around the globe in sunny Florida. Attendees have the opportunity to learn new skills and strategies to find pets homes, keep pets in homes, engage the community, humanely manage community cat populations and so much more!
May 12, 2017
The New Jersey Association of Forensic Scientists Spring Seminar
Atlantic City, New Jersey
The NJAFS Spring Seminar’s primary goal is to bring people together & foster communication between forensic scientists & their laboratories. To help achieve this goal, an annual seminar is held to bring scientists together & provide an educational environment that is conducive to the spread of information. This 2017 theme is: “Off the Beaten Path: Investigating Unique Forensic Cases.”
May 16-18, 2017
10th Annual International Veterinary Forensic Sciences Association Conference
New York, New York
The IVFSA in sponsorship with the ASPCA is holding its 10th annual conference on May 16th to the 18th in New York, NY. Attendees will learn about new approaches to collaboration to better combat animal cruelty, innovative partnerships, recent advances and new techniques, perspectives, and practices in veterinary forensic and animal law, as well as review case studies demonstrating the impact of forensic science on cruelty case outcomes
May 20-24, 2017
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research 22nd Annual International Meeting
ISPOR 22nd Annual meeting features over 1,850 presentations! Attendees will learn about different and innovative applications in the conduct and use of HEOR. As well as, several opportunities to network and engage with global experts in the field!
June 5-9, 2017
Society for Wildlife Forensic Science
SWFS 2017 meeting combines workshops, presentations, discussions and social events designed to allow wildlife forensic practitioners and students to meet and share with one another. This year’s meeting also includes a special one-day International Wildlife Forensics Symposium, that will bring together key stakeholders working in conservation Policy and Enforcement to discuss the application of wildlife forensic science under four themes: Transnational wildlife trade, Fisheries, Timber and National wildlife crime.
September 9-14, 2017
Society of Forensic Toxicologists (SOFT) & The international Association of Forensic Toxicologists (TIAFT) 5th Joint Annual Meeting
Boca Raton, Florida
The Society of Forensic Toxicologists, Inc. is a not‐for-profit professional organization composed of practicing forensic toxicologists and those interested in the discipline for the purpose of promoting and developing forensic toxicology. Through its annual meetings, the Society provides a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among toxicology professionals in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. S.O.F.T. sponsored programs such as workshops, newsletters, and S.O.F.T. sponsored technical publications constantly improve the forensic toxicologists’ skills and knowledge. The Society fosters friendship and cooperation among toxicologists and advocates a high level of professionalism through certification and accreditation programs.
September 23-27, 2017
The Wildlife Society Annual Conference
Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference is one of the largest gatherings of wildlife professionals, students and supporters in North America. For more than 20 years, TWS has hosted this unique and informative event that provides more than 600 educational opportunities and more than 40 networking opportunities through working groups, meetings and receptions. Attendees will learn about the latest advances in wildlife research, management and education through a wide variety of symposia, contributed papers, workshops and field trips.
October 22-26, 2017
39th Annual Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists Conference
Fort Worth, Texas
The Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (SWAFS) is a not for profit association of persons actively engaged in the profession of scientific examination of physical evidence in an organized body so that the profession in all its disciplines may be effectively and scientifically practiced. SWAFS exists to: exchange information among forensic scientists to improve techniques, encourage research in forensic science and keep its members apprised of the latest techniques and discoveries in forensic science.