ISPA Conference & Expo Frequently Asked Questions
Does my membership include entrance into the show?
While the ISPA Conference & Expo is a member benefit, the registration cost is not included in your membership unless you join as a nonmember.
Who can attend?
Service Provider: Business has a sole focus of providing professional services. A service provider may not distribute, produce or sell products within the spa industry or serve as an employee or official representative of any company that meets the definition of an ISPA vendor. A product is defined as anything that is made or grown to be sold (including digital or web-based products). Examples of ISPA service providers include full-service consultants who do not sell, represent or distribute spa products, educational institutions and investors.
Vendor: Business distributes, produces or sells products within the spa industry. A product is defined as anything that is made or grown to be sold (including digital or web-based products). Examples may include companies that sell tangible products, virtual products, events, publications, insurance, software, deal promotions, online directories, etc. In order to attend at a member rate, the registrant must have an active membership at the time of the Conference.
What is included in a full-Conference registration?
Full-Conference registration includes access to three inspirational keynote presentations, 20+ educational sessions developed for spa professionals, Expo floor access (200+ exhibitors), Farewell Party entrance, complimentary lunch and snacks and networking opportunities galore.
Does ISPA offer group rates?
I’ve never attended what should I expect?
The annual ISPA Conference & Expo brings professionals from all spa industry sectors together in one location. This is the spa industry’s “must-attend” event that features three days of speaker presentations covering a range of topics including business strategy, customer service and management. The Expo floor offers the latest spa products available on the market to set your business apart. Last year’s Week in Review is a great way to get a better picture of what to expect.