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Rapid News Communications group, the organizers of MM, MEMS & NANO Live USA, are pleased to report that the 2012 edition of the show, held 7-8 March at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, witnessed a continued growth in attendance and interest in the technologies being presented.
The doors opened to an enthusiastic crowd awaiting entry and a finely tuned conference program was provided for them with established and respected speakers from all areas of the world presenting their latest ideas and technologies. This included an impressive first day keynote from Donna Bibber, CEO, Micro Engineering Solutions, LLC that was oversubscribed with almost 100 visitors squeezed into the session.
Day two was kick started by Dr. Yogesh B. Gianchandari, Director, Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems at the University of Michigan whose notable presentation formed part of a superb session entitled ‘MEMS Commercialization: From Lab to Fab to the Market' which was presented in association with Roger Grace, Roger Grace Associates. The programs over the two days were consistently well attended demonstrating a desire throughout the industry for education on the current technologies and process involved in high precision manufacturing.
Exhibitors were universal in praise of the quality of visitors the show attracted from industries as diverse as aerospace, automotive, defense, electronic and medical. One exhibitor was confident one lead in particular would translate into confirmed business within weeks. Several happy exhibitors confirmed their booth for 2013 whilst still onsite and in some cases increased their presence through taking a larger booth.
Aaron Johnson, Marketing Manager at Accumold, commented, "MM Live USA is a great venue. You know everyone walking the show floor or in the conference sessions are there to learn about all things micro."
Chris Lawson, Event Sales Manager responded "I am delighted with the success of this event. It's great to hear from exhibitors that we have delivered on our promise to attract high quality, relevant visitors and equally the fact that the visitors they met were from companies they currently have no relationship at all with means we got our show marketing spot on."
"A key aspect of our event is educating the industries we work in, and to see such consistently high levels of attendees in our seminar programs, completely justifies our belief that attending our exhibitions and conference program should be completely free. I'd like to extend thanks to all our exhibitors, visitors and the organizing team for contributing to a successful event."
Rebranded to better reflect the breadth of high precision manufacturing processes featured within the event, MICRO.NANO.MEMS 2013 will take place on 13-14 March 2013, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL, USA.
Source: Rapid News Communications Group,
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MICRO.NANO.MEMS is organized by Rapid News Communications Group, an international communications company with a focus on business-to-business media in the manufacturing world.
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