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February 18th, 2004

Loomis Group Delivers Big for Nanotechnology Industry

Abstract:
Loomis Group, an independent, integrated marketing agency, today announced that it is a major sponsor of the inaugural SEMI NanoForum 2004 conference and will serve as the events marketing and PR agency. The sponsorship is part of Loomis Group's ongoing commitment to promoting the research and development of new nanotechnologies and to growing its own nanotechnology expertise in support of existing and future clients. "SEMI NanoForum is the first time that executives from today's most innovative nanotechnology companies will join executives from the semiconductor industry to explore how they can best work together," said Jeff Loomis, CEO of Loomis Group.

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