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Become our partner

EXCEMED's extensive range of Transformational Learning activities is possible because of our generous grantors.


GAIN WORLDWIDE VISIBILITY through an annual unrestricted donation

A high-value contribution: reasonable investment in exchange for worldwide exposure of your organization to a targeted group of experts in the field(s) that matter to you: Reproductive Medicine, Neurology, Oncology, Endocrinology and Cardiometabolic diseases.

Collaborative donor:

Visibility of your organization’s name and logo in all EXCEMED printed brochures and on

Partnership donor:

Visibility of your organization’s name and logo in all EXCEMED printed brochures, plus the possibility of displaying/distributing your organization’s profile brochures at our key live events. Your organization’s logo is displayed on



FUND A CME/CPD BLENDED EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY through a restricted educational grant

EXCEMED regularly partners with renowned experts and international and national medical societies when planning and developing scientific programmes. Live and digital formats are offered – both of which yield highly engaging learning experiences.

Educational grantor:Contact us

Covers all aspects of a live or digital learning experience, including:

  • Concept: needs assessments, gaps identification, content and format design, faculty engagement and outcomes measurements.
  • Development: theme and branding concepts, financial management, programme implementation, suppliers’ management, onsite delivery, post-event reporting.

Your organization is acknowledged as grantor and appears in the brochures of the funded programme and on