SGIA 2007 Will Spotlight Leading Suppliers, Latest Innovations
Press release from the issuing company
Fairfax, Virginia — SGIA ’07 (Orlando, Florida; October 24–27, 2007) is building on last year’s record-breaking success to be once again the must-attend event for the specialty imaging community.
Already, the Expo has sold out 86 percent of the expansive trade show floor space at the Orange County Convention Center to the industry’s leading manufacturers and distributors, with many new exhibitors signing up to showcase their products and services.
“The energy and enthusiasm from our exhibitors has been incredible,” said SGIA President/CEO Michael Robertson. “They’re excited about informing attendees on the latest equipment, consumables and services to all segments of the specialty imaging industry.”
“Attendance [at SGIA Expos] has been growing,” said Cindy Pilch, Senior Product Manager for SGIA ’07 Gold Sponsor GBC (Booth 1929), calling the SGIA Expo a “can’t-miss show.”
“The opportunities for digital have been growing and SGIA is the best way to reach this targeted audience,” Pilch said.
In addition to an Expo floor packed with cutting-edge technologies, SGIA ’07 has a powerful lineup of 54 educational sessions and outstanding networking opportunities such as the golf tournament and Friday Night Dinner Party.
Visit SGIA.org today for more on the Expo, and sign up to be notified when SGIA ’07 registration opens (online registration scheduled to go live in June).
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