International Trade Show Opportunity

September 24, 2008

The Massachusetts Office of International Trade & Investment still has room in their booth at the Biotechnica show, running October 7th-9th in Hanover, Germany.

Biotechnica is an international trade show where the products & services of over 900 international exhibitors will be showcased. 45% of exhibitors manufacture laboratory equipment or consumables, 23% provide bio-informatics and 19% are involved in the sales and distribution of these products and services.

Biotechnica 2008 will focus on:

_ Equipment

_ Bio-informatics

_ Services

_ Solution-centered applications for nutrition, agriculture, pharmaceutical/medicine and the environment

Attendees: Biotechnica attracts more than 13,000 visitors from around the world. 88% of attendees are involved in the decision making process for their company.

Cost per company: US$ 2,800 (approximately 3 sq. meters)

Cost includes:

- Listing in the printed & online version of the official trade show catalogue if within deadline and short company profile in the Massachusetts Pavilion brochure

- Bilingual support staff

- Central information and message center

- E-mail services

- Two exhibitor entrance tickets

- Common storage area

If you are interested, contact:

Diana LaMuraglia
Tel: (617) 973-8650 Fax: (617) 227-3488
Email: Diana.LaMuraglia@state.ma.us

Space is limited. Applications are accepted in the order in which they are received.

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