2021 Virtual Annual Conference Networking Opportunities

2021 NFPA Annual Conference
February 24-26, 2021
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NFPA’s upcoming 2021 Annual Conference is set to be held virtually for the first time. With this delivery shift, NFPA has selected a virtual platform (Remo) that will provide the quality content members expect as well as networking features that exceed interactivity capabilities of the typical virtual experience. You can view this Remo networking tutorial to learn more.

This platform offers features such as:

  • Face-to-face interaction in a virtual ballroom setting
  • Group and private video calls
  • Opportunities to connect with any event attendee

In addition to these capabilities, 2021 Annual Conference attendees are invited to join us for a highly interactive virtual activity via Thriver. These activities will offer a unique option for engaging with other attendees and is a safe alternative to typical recreation activities.


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Learn More About Networking Opportunities


If you’re still interested in a more traditional Annual Conference experience, NFPA will be offering in-person networking during the Power of Association event. The event will offer the in-person conference aspects our members have come to expect and will be managed in accordance with the latest COVID-19 regulations. More details will be available pending the confirmation of a safe and suitable venue.

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