Palm Beach Gardens, FL, May 12, 2015 –(PR.com)– The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress will have the Roc Group sponsor the 7th annual event. The conference will take place September 27 – 30, in Orlando, FL. The 2015 EHBC will see new initiatives to help their audience, including:
· Conference-wide wearable device challenge for all attendees
· Hosting the 100 Healthiest Employer Awards Ceremony (H100), which will see up to 400 employers from across the nation come to see if they won
· Conference integration with the HR Professional Association and the International Luxury Hotel Association
· 1st Corporate Wellness Incubator Shark Tank Competition, where inventors of wellness products can showcase their ideas and possibly receive financial backing
About Roc Group
Founded in 1998 by Jan Burnham and Jim Hanley, ROC Group is a place where communicators bred in Big Consulting and Big Corporate come to hone their love of creativity, communication and client service. We are big enough to be retained by America’s largest companies for complex communications and web projects, yet small enough to give each client close attention.
About the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress
The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress consists of seven niche insurance industry conference tracks; Corporate Wellness Conference, Voluntary Benefits Conference, Self-Funding & Workers Compensation Conference, National Healthcare Reform Conference, Global Benefits Conference, the Health Insurance Exchange Conference and the new Corporate Fitness & Nutrition Conference.
With multiple initiatives and platforms to unite the thriving employer healthcare industry, the EHBC is one of the largest healthcare conferences in the U.S. After the success of the 2014’s event, we anticipate 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 seven times the traffic and networking.
Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress