Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting Chooses SPARGO for Housing Partner

November 28, 2016

Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Meeting has appointed SPARGO as their housing services partner.

SPARGO will assume the management of attendee and exhibitor housing services for the PAS 2017 Meeting, May 6-9 in San Francisco.

“SPARGO will be providing a streamlined housing process and new technologies that will improve the attendee experience, promote room block utilization, and provide in-depth analytics and trending data,” said Susan Bracken, president and CEO, SPARGO.

The Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting is produced and co-sponsored on behalf of four pediatric organizations: American Pediatric Society (APS), Society for Pediatric Research (SPR), Academic Pediatric Association (APA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

The meeting allows thousands of pediatric researchers, academics, as well as clinical care providers and community practitioners, to share the scientific knowledge and best practices critical to improved child health worldwide.

“Time is so very precious for our busy exhibitors and attendees, and they are often very anxious about their hotel reservations. We are eager to give them a quick and delightful reservation experience, and we are delighted to work with SPARGO to ensure we do,” said Eileen Fenton, meetings director, PAS.

She added, “The data analytics Spargo enables is tremendously important to ensure our attendees’ experience continues to improve.”

At the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Meeting, presentations cover issues of interest to generalists as well as topics critical to a wide array of specialty and subspecialty areas.

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