Sell you products and services to the most comprehensive group of decision makers involved in materials science and engineering technologies!
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92% of attendees have significant purchasing influence!
This audience is knowledgeable, savvy and in a position to buy. What better way to find out the latest
technical needs of prospective customers than by talking directly with more than 3,400 potential customers
involved in the materials science profession? This event offers you the best way to reach key
More than 150 exhibitors and 3,000 attendees!
This event is unique, in that it offers a great opportunity to see what is happening across the materials
science community. From structure and properties to processing and performance, this forum
addresses the latest developments and applications in materials science. Roll out your latest products
and services at this event or find out what the competition has to offer?
Don't miss this opportunity to get quality leads!
According to the 2011 conference survey, 85% of exhibitors were pleased with the quality and quantity
of leads generated at this conference. MS&T's exhibit space is a great value for the price. So what's stopping you? Take advantage of this outstanding sales opportunity. Sign up for your booth today!
Who will be attending?
3000 delegates from 25 countries around the world: company executives, senior metallurgists, professional engineers and researchers.
When and where?
Tuesday, October 29th and Wednesday, October 30th Palais des Congrès Montréal
How much for space rental?
The fee for the 10' x 10' space is $2,950 USD after October 10th, 2012. Corner booth surcharge of $100USD per corner. Electricity is not included.
What is included at my exhibit space?
- 1 Technical Session Badge
- Unlimited Exhibitor Staff badges
- Draped 8' back wall and 3' side rails
- One-line booth ID sign
- E-invite Complimentary Expo Only Badge
- Company listing in online and printed show directory
- Post-Attendee list following the event