General Information

Why attend?

The 2021 IAQA Global Virtual Annual Meeting & Expo is your opportunity to access unparalleled technical education, top-notch networking, and a program that is more robust than ever with many new speakers!

Join your colleagues at the only multi-disciplinary event dedicated to bringing together contractors, consultants, and other professionals across the entire spectrum of the indoor air quality industry to share their insights, ideas, and innovations

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Registration for IAQA’s 2021 Virtual Global Annual Meeting & Expo is open! Recorded sessions will be available to watch later on-demand in the virtual platform through May 31, 2021. Attendees can access it permanently via IAQA University!

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Certificate of Attendance & Continuing Education Credits (CECs)

Certificates of Attendance and Continuing Education Credits will be provided three weeks after the Annual Meeting and Expo. For satisfactory completion, attendees must have paid the registration fee and attended their chosen sessions in their entirety in order to receive a certificate of completion/attendance. Attendees not fulfilling these requirements will not receive a certificate.


Gain brand exposure, network and educate attendees in a highly interactive event format!  All packages include cross-promotional opportunities during the conference and throughout the year. 

View the global VIRTUAL Sponsor Prospectus

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Christina DeRose, IAQA Industry Relations Manager
P: 856-437-4742

Social Networking

Connect with IAQA on social media!
Facebook: IAQAupdates
Twitter: @IAQAssociation
LinkedIn: Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)

Be sure to use hashtag #IAQA2021 to connect with other attendees and share your experiences!


IAQA fully complies with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act rules and regulations. If you are an attendee in need of special accommodations, please notify us. IAQA cannot ensure the availability of assistance without advanced notice.