Lab Innovations Gears Up for 2016
News Jun 07, 2016
Laboratory professionals from a wide range of industry sectors will flock to the show to source the latest products and services on the market. Last year saw decision makers from big names such as Sainsbury’s, Kellogg’s, Rolls Royce and 3M walk the show floor.
The show will also provide visitors with the opportunity to attend free educational seminars and network with like-minded individuals, often presenting numerous business prospects.
As well as returning exhibitors, the show will also welcome a number of new names to its expanded show floor, including Total Laboratory Services, AUNIR, Schneider Electric and DELTA 2000.
Returning exhibitor, Rebecca Bailey, Marketing Manager at Scientific & Chemical Supplies, commented on the success at last year’s show: “We found that Lab Innovations brought in more leads than we could have hoped for. Over the two days our stand was constantly busy and we had a great response.”
The show is also deepening its links within the laboratory community through a number of partnerships, with thought-leading media, associations and professional bodies. This includes the return of Campden BRI, the UK’s largest independent food and drink research body, who will deliver a two day seminar programme focussed on bugs, elements and tasting sessions. The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) will also return to deliver its educational and practical conference programme.
Katie Crocombe, Lab Innovations Event Director says: “Last year’s show proved to be a huge success, with it seeming to go from strength to strength. We are very excited to be bringing it back with an expanded show floor and a wealth of educational content. The show presents a great opportunity for exhibitors to get in front of key buyers and decision-makers, so anyone involved in the industry will not want to miss out on Lab Innovations 2016!”
The show will also be running alongside Advanced Engineering, the UK’s leading event for the high performance engineering sectors. The show spans key sectors including aerospace; automotive; motorsport; marine, civil engineering, and more. Visitors will be able to attend both shows with one badge.
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