Message from MAGI

11 AM - 5 PM EDT October 18-21 & 25-28. 70+ sessions in eight tracks: clinical operations & project management, quality & risk management; site management; contracts; budgets & billing; regulatory compliance; management & professional skills;  and special topics. 90+ CME, CNE, CLE, CCB and other contact hours (depending on type). Money-back satisfaction guarantee. To the extent practical given the pandemic, the conference will include an in-person, face-to-face component at the Millennium Biltmore in Los Angeles, California.
Become a Partner
Become a Partner
For information about sponsoring an event, click here or contact James DeFalco, Director, Partner Relations, at +1 (703) 984-2649 or

MAGI has five fundamental philosophies pertaining to event sponsors:

1. We ensure that you will be treated as first-class citizens.
We expect other participants to treat you like any other conference participant, especially since you are subsidizing their attendance.

2. We provide opportunity, but not results.
We provide powerful tools, such as the My Network page, but using them is up to you. We can work with you to improve your results.

3. We maintain integrity in our commercial relationships.
We believe that commercial relationships should be held to the same high standard as research participant relationships.

4. We strive to build long-term relationships.
We would rather develop solid partnerships than beat the bushes for partners that come and go.

5. We deliver value.
We are constantly looking for new and better ways to attract people to MAGI events who can make or influence decisions and connect those people with others (including event sponsors) who can help them advance the practice of clinical research. If we do not deliver value, we hope you will suggest ways to improve the event before assuming we can’t deliver value in the future. The MAGI conference might not be right for you, but we’ll do whatever we can to make it better.

The better the faculty and program, the more and higher quality the attendees, benefiting everyone. Speaking invitations that are “pay to play” compromise this principle and are thus counterproductive. However, if two potential speakers are otherwise comparable, we invite the one that supports the conference. We attempt to help event sponsors find a non-promotional topic that is interesting and useful to attendees, but this is not always possible. On the other hand, virtual events can accommodate sponsored sessions on a topic of the event sponsor's choice.

Over 60% of event participants will be decision-makers or be involved in making purchasing decisions. About half will have leadership roles like CEO, vice president, or director. Over two-thirds will have eight or more years of experience. About 20% of conference participants will be study sponsors, split about 70% biopharma and 30% medical device. Sites, with about 60% of total attendance, will be split about equally between (a) academic medical centers, (b) community health systems, and (c) independent sites and networks. Almost all solution-provider participants will be event sponsors. Very few participants will have “sales” or “business development” in their job titles.

Look for a lot of new and powerful networking features at our vConference in November. We can’t guarantee everyone will want to talk with you at the event, but we can promise you the opportunity to ask them.

We offer event sponsors visibility in a variety of ways. Ask us how. 

Please Contact Us
To learn more, click here or contact James DeFalco, Director, Partner Relations, at +1 (703) 984-2649 or