Exhibit Hall

The exhibit hall at the National Federation of the Blind National Convention is one of the most visited locations during convention week. It features the latest technology, state affiliate and national division resources, and many other products and services of interest to the blind community. The NFB Independence Market is also located within the exhibit hall. The 2024 exhibit hall will be in the Orange County Convention Center West Hall A1, which is just over the sky bridge from the Rosen Centre hotel.

An exhibitor showcase virtual preview will be held on Wednesday, June 26 at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. Participants can learn about each exhibitor, what they will offer in the exhibit hall, and how to connect with them if you miss them in Orlando. Zoom meeting ID 968 9609 8716.

Exhibitors

2024 exhibitor hours of operation are:

  • Thursday, July 4: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
  • Friday, July 5: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, July 6: noon–1:45 p.m. AND 5:00–9:00 p.m.

Lists of exhibitors and maps of the exhibit hall, in both print and Braille, will be available at the NFB information table near the entrance of West Hall A1. 

Independence Market

As always, we bring the entire Independence Market to convention and set up in the exhibit hall. Once visitors enter the exhibit hall, the Independence Market will be in the back of the room.

2024 Independence Market hours of operation at convention are:

  • Thursday, July 4: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
  • Friday, July 5: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, July 6: noon–1:45 p.m.
  • Sunday, July 7: noon–1:45 p.m.

2024 Exhibitors and Table Numbers

Exhibitors listed in alphabetical order. Asterisk (*) signifies 2024 convention sponsors.

  • 3DPhotoWorks / Tactile Images, A12
  • 4Blind Inc., B8
  • A Cubed Design, C32
  • A. T. Guys, A29
  • *ABLE United / ABLE Today, B21
  • Accessible Pharmacy Services, C22
  • Achilles International, B16
  • AGIGA, Inc., D34
  • *Aira, A5
  • *AllyADA, A32
  • *American Printing House, B23 & B24
  • AMN Healthcare, B15
  • ARISA Lab, LLC, B10
  • Arovia, Inc., C24
  • Awarewolf Gear, A27
  • biped.ai, C31
  • Blazie Technologies, LLC, B11
  • Blind Girl Magic & Blind Limitless, C30
  • BlindShell USA, A28
  • Braille Bibles International, B14
  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing, B7
  • *Central Intelligence Agency, B20
  • *Computers for the Blind, A33
  • *CVS Health, B22
  • The Dented Puck Foundation, A19
  • Dogs Inc (formerly Southeastern Guide Dogs), C18
  • *En-Vision America, A31
  • *Envision, Inc., C3
  • Farmer Noah  c/o dxdt Eng & Res, C19
  • Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind, A24
  • Florida Vision Technology, A11
  • Glidance, B18
  • *GoodMaps, A34
  • *Google, A1 & A2
  • Guide Dog Foundation & America's VetDogs, D22
  • Guide Dogs for the Blind, A23
  • Guide Dogs of America, A16
  • *Guiding Eyes for the Blind, B5
  • *HumanWare, B25-B27
  • Inside Ability Books, C5
  • International Christian Braille Mission, A22
  • Irie-AT, Inc., A25 & A26
  • IRS, C27
  • Islam By Touch, C6
  • JBI, C10
  • *JPMorgan Chase & Co, A4
  • JW.org, C17
  • Kurzweil Technologies, A13
  • *Leader Dogs for the Blind, C4
  • Louisiana Center for the Blind/NFB of Louisiana, D2
  • Maggie Vision, C29
  • *Microsoft, B1 & B2
  • Mira Foundation USA Inc., A21
  • Ms. Jones International Enterprise, C9
  • National Association of Blind Students (NABS), D18
  • National Association of Blind Veterans (NABV), C14
  • National Braille Press, A9 & A10
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, C12
  • *National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, B6
  • National Organization of Parents of Blind Children, D3
  • NFB Deaf Blind Division, D4
  • NFB of Arizona, D7
  • NFB of California, D8
  • NFB of Florida, D9
  • NFB of Georgia, D10
  • NFB of Hawaii, D11
  • NFB of Indiana, D12
  • NFB of Iowa, D13
  • NFB of Maryland, D14
  • NFB of Massachusetts, D15
  • NFB of Michigan, D16
  • NFB of Minnesota, D17
  • NFB of Mississippi, D19
  • NFB of Missouri, D20
  • NFB of New Jersey, D23
  • NFB of New York, D24
  • NFB of North Carolina, D25
  • NFB of Ohio, D26
  • NFB of Pennsylvania, D27
  • NFB of Puerto Rico, D28
  • NFB of Tennessee, D29
  • NFB of Texas, D30
  • NFB of Washington, D31
  • NFB of Wisconsin, D32
  • NFB Sports and Recreation Division, A18
  • NFB Writer's Division, D33
  • NFB-NEWSLINE®, D5 & D6
  • *Non-24-Hour Sleep-Wake Disorder (Non-24), B3 & B4
  • OneCourt Technologies, Inc., C11
  • *Oracle, A3
  • Orbit Research, A14
  • *OrCam, C2
  • Pathfinder Press, A15
  • Patriot Vision Industries, C16
  • *Penny Forward, B17
  • Polara, B13
  • RealThing ai, C8
  • *Saavi Services for the Blind, C1
  • Safety Positive Foundation, C7
  • See Me Cane, C15
  • The Seeing Eye, D1
  • *Selvas BLV, formerly HIMS Inc., A7 & A8
  • *Sensotec, A30
  • Social Security Administration, A17
  • Solar Grove Solutions, C13
  • *Spectrum, A6
  • Storm Interface, B9
  • *Tactile Engineering / Independence Science, B19
  • Time-Touch-Take, C28
  • The TouchPad Pro Foundation, C33 & C34
  • U.S. Department of State, B12
  • United States Blind Baseball Association - USBBA, A20
  • VA Office of Suicide Prevention, C26
  • VIPwear, C25
  • *Vispero, B30-B34
  • *Wells Fargo, B28 & B29
  • WeWALK Limited, C20 & C21
  • XR Navigation, C23