About the event
PCOS Awareness Association (PCOSAA), a worldwide non-profit support organization advancing the cause for individuals with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), is thrilled to present to the public the first ever PCOS CON event to take place on September 19-21, 2019 just outside of Washington, DC.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that affects over 10,000,000 individuals of reproductive age. It is one of the most common endocrine disorders and is the leading cause of female infertility. It can also lead to obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and endometrial cancer.
This conference aims to make PCOS a public health priority; it affects 1 in 5 women and can have a long-term effect on their overall health, yet PCOS is highly overlooked by the public and medical professionals. This platform creates an avenue for people to learn accurate information, get support and to empower themselves as advocates for the cause. PCOS CON will bring together medical professionals, companies, organizations, researchers, hundreds of individuals with PCOS and their supporters for two and half days to share insights, information, the latest updates about the condition and experiences.
To add to the event, there will be high-energy and captivating guest speakers, fun activities, exhibits, presentations, gifts and guest celebrities on the agenda that will leave attendees feeling informed, relieved, empowered and entertained.
Why should you sponsor?
- Increase your brand recognition and visibility
- It’s cost effective advertising
- To build a reputation of support and leadership
- To reach our network of over 70k women online and offline
- To expand your own audience
- Speak directly to a room full of Women with PCOS and Medical Professionals
- Build relationships with new and influential people
- Having an attendance average of 90% women, of which 10% are influencers
- translates into sales for our sponsors.
- Women's buying power and influence drive 70-80% of all consumer purchases.
- Live events encourage attendees to post a live video, which leads increased brand
- awareness which translates into virtual impressions.
50% Between the ages of 25-34 (both genders)
26% Between the ages of 35-44 (both genders)
Last month we Reached 100,408 Organically
61% Between the ages of 25-34
47% Between the ages of 25-34
1331 Visits in the last 7 days Organically
23.7% Open Rate
4.2% Click Rate
Year to Date we have had 2.15 million website views
Year to Date we have had 8.29 million Google Search Keyword Impressions
Year to Date we have had 503k website visits
- 83% of which is just searching for PCOS online
PCOS Awareness Association (PCOSAA) is the world's largest 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). PCOSAA is the brain child of Megan M Stewart who was diagnosed at an early age with PCOS. In 2011, she began selling handmade TEAL bracelets to family and friends to help educate them on what she was going through with PCOS. She began receiving requests for the bracelets from all over the world and that was when she realized she was not alone and more awareness, support and resources were needed. Megan has continued to use her platform to educate and bring awareness to the public, family members of Cysters (people with PCOS), and the medical community.
Our mission is to raise awareness of PCOS, provide education and support to help individuals understand what the disorder is and how it can be treated. We also provide support for individuals already diagnosed to help them
overcome symptoms and decrease the impact of any associated health risks. This fall PCOSAA will be hosting the first PCOS Con to bring together Cysters of all ages, Advocates, Men Of Teal, and Medical Professionals for the first conference of its kind.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is an incurable, variable disorder that affects 1 in 5. The exact cause is unknown, but it is considered an endocrine hormonal disorder. Genetics and environmental factors are believed to
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be involved in the development of PCOS. It is a leading cause of female infertility and is responsible for a number of symptoms that can affect the body physically and emotionally. If left untreated PCOS can lead to cancer, heart disease, diabetes and more.