Attention Contractors & Manufacturer/Suppliers – SAVE YOUR SPOT for MCAA Converge

December 11, 2023

June 24 – 26, 2024 | Indianapolis, IN

Join us from June 24 – 26, 2024, at one of America’s “Best Minor League Ballparks” for an event that transcends the ordinary. MCAA Converge isn’t just a meeting; it’s a meticulously crafted experience designed to address the unique needs of your company. Picture executive-to-executive meetings, a melting pot of strategic discussions, and an atmosphere buzzing with innovation.

This is an exclusive gathering of industry leaders set against the backdrop of Victory Field, home to the acclaimed Indianapolis Indians, and hosted at the luxurious Westin Indianapolis.

At MCAA Converge 2024, we will redefine engagement, offering a top-tier, strategic experience that goes beyond the local level. Executives from MCAA members – 25 manufacturer/supplier companies and 40 contractor companies – will converge to explore a spectrum of topics: from current and future market conditions to upcoming significant projects to emerging technologies and the invaluable art of relationship building.

The verdict from the most recent MCAA Converge? A resounding 9.3 out of 10, with 88% of participants expressing an interest in attending the 2024 edition.

Seize the opportunity to secure your company’s spot or schedule a personal meeting to delve deeper into what awaits. Don’t miss out – only 40 spots await MCAA contractor companies and a mere 25 for MCAA manufacturer/supplier companies.

Fill out the survey now to reserve your spot and be a part of a transformative experience at MCAA Converge 2024!

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