Get to know our generous sponsors!

Have a look at our confirmed sponsors for our 2019 conference on Microbiome Management in Pregnancy scheduled on March 6-7th 2019 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Are you also interested to sponsor this event? Check out why this might be interesting for you below! Get in touch with us to discuss our sponsorship packages or to arrange a tailormade offer.

Winclove Probiotics, established in Amsterdam, has been specializing in research, development and manufacturing of probiotic formulations for over 25 years. In close collaboration with business partners, research institutes and university hospitals, the company develops effective microbiota management solutions.

Winclove is working towards a healthier future for people and society. We enable people to rebalance their microbiome through indication-specific probiotic formulations. Winclove’s flagship brand Ecologic® consists of a range of clinically-proven multispecies probiotics developed for specific microbiota-related disturbances such as reduction of antibiotic-associated side effects, prevention of allergies and prevention of (recurrent) vaginal Candida infections.

Winclove Probiotics is committed to developing high quality probiotic products that improve health naturally and enable people all around the world to rebalance their microbiome.

Nestlé is the world largest food and beverage company. We have more than 2000 brands ranging from global icons to local favorites, and we are present in 189 countries around the world.

Nestlé’s purpose is enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. We want to help shape a better and healthier world, and to inspire people to live healthier lives.

Nestlé firmly believes that breastfeeding provides the best start for infants and we support recommendations of the World Health Organization and Health Canada to breastfeed exclusively for the first six months of life and continue for two years or longer with appropriate complementary feeding. We also believe that continued scientific understanding of the nutritional and functional ingredients of breast milk provides opportunity to offer evidence-based nutrition for infants who are not exclusively breastfed.

The Danone Nutricia Research center located in Utrecht, the Netherlands, is the Research & Innovation (R&I) organization behind 2 divisions of Danone: Danone Nutricia Early Life Nutrition and Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition. We bring health through food to as many people as possible, particularly those who need special care.

Science is at the very heart of our nutrition and health commitment. Our 800 employees focus their skills and resources on research and innovation to deliver evidence-based specialized nutrition to infants, young children, pregnant women, patients and the elderly. This helps individuals to build, establish and preserve their health capital during early life and later in life.

The main R&I centre for Danone Nutricia Early Life Nutrition and Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition is located on the Utrecht Science Park, the Netherlands, with satellites in the United Kingdom, Asia and Latin America. Our scientists, nutritionists and technologists operate within a strong worldwide network of global and local partners, all key specialists in their fields, including research institutes, universities, and academic hospitals.

Why sponsor?

This Conference is not only the first of its kind, but is a knowledge event that attracts cutting-edge/high quality information and key opinion leaders in women’s health. Other reasons to consider sponsoring are to:

  • Discover the latest research in women’s health
  • Discuss opportunities with clinicians and scientists in women’s health
  • Network with key opinion leaders and decision-makers
  • Develop new ideas and collaborative relationships
  • Explore potential new product applications and ideas

We invite and welcome any interested organizations to contact us for more information about business opportunities at

Please note that in an effort to remain objective, sponsors have no direct influence on the program’s scientific content; this is determined by the Executive Board, the Scientific Advisory Board and the Organizing Committee.