2021 Virtual Annual Conference Registration Now Open

2021 NFPA Annual Conference
February 24-26, 2021
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The upcoming Annual Conference is more accessible to our members than ever before. Now being hosted virtually, the 2021 Virtual Annual Conference, taking place from February 24 – 26, will bring the diverse presentations and valuable networking you expect right to your desk, or wherever you are. Registration for the Virtual* Annual Conference is now open.

*In addition to the virtual experience, pending the confirmation of a safe and suitable hotel venue, NFPA will be offering in-person networking during a Power of Association event. The event will include the digital content of the virtual conference as well as offer the in-person conference experience our members have come to expect. It will be managed in accordance with the latest COVID-19 regulations. More details and registration for this option will be available soon.


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