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Lab Innovations 2014

05 Nov 2014 - 06 Nov 2014 - Birmingham, UK



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Lab-2014-skyscraper-120x600-static.jpgNow in its third year, the event has established itself as THE industry event for visitors to see the latest technology providing cost-cutting solutions, increasing productivity and higher ROI for their business.

A visit to Lab Innovations 2014 will give you the chance to source innovative new products from leading suppliers, to network with your industry peers and to gain new skills and knowledge by attending free seminars on the show floor. The theatre programmes will again be compiled by industry experts Campden BRI and the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Lab Innovations is free to attend. To register and find out more please visit:
www.lab-innovations.com 

To find out more about exhibiting and stand availability, please contact:

Chris Jones, Sales Manager
Tel: +44 (0) 20 8843 8829 
Fax: +44 (0)20 8892 1929


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