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India Lab Expo

06 Nov 2014 - 08 Nov 2014 - Hyderabad, India



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6th International Exhibition & Conference on Laboratory, Analytical & Biotechnology Instruments


BRANDING & NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY – The pioneer event which you are hearing from last five years, become the perfect platform for business minded people who are interested to create brand awareness, make new business relations along with networking
PERFECT BUSINESS PLATFORM – An opportunity to laboratory products manufacturers to meet and do business with end-users and decision makers from the India’s leading Industries, Research laboratories, education sector and suppliers from 19 countries. 

MAKE A MORE EDUCATED PURCHASING DECISION – India Lab Expo is your best opportunity to see the latest equipments in person before you make an acquisition. You’ll easily make up the time out of the office by holding a year’s worth of business meetings in just three short days.

STAY AHEAD OF THE BUSINESS CYCLE – India Lab Expo only happens once in a year, you can’t afford to miss it or you will be left behind as the industry moves forward.Global Presence – India Lab Expo 2013 attracted 8600 trade visitors from 19 countries, 252 exhibitors from 15 countries, 459 numbers of delegates and 32 numbers of speakers. 

BUSINESS MATCH-MAKING PLANS - India Lab Expo 2014 will make all hard work to facilitate interaction between buyers and exhibitors. The organizers will tailor-make business match-making plans to help you meet the most important suppliers during your limited time at the exhibition.

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW PRODUCTS - India Lab Expo 2014 brings together complete lines of new technologies and products in the field of analytical and laboratory sector and it is a very time-efficient way to know the latest innovations and technologies.

LOCATION ADVANTAGE – Hyderabad is bio-pharmaceutical hub of the world and pharmaceutical capital of India, ranked 2nd in India in producing value added food and beverages, large numbers of research establishments, hospitals and premier technical universities.


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