Exhibitors are invited to submit a live demo of a product or service, or to impart knowledge with helpful tips or new techniques. You may participate either virtually or in-person – or both!
These attendee engagements must be PRACTICAL and INTERACTIVE to make the biggest impact on our attendees.
If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Christman, Exposition Planner:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-825-3220, x204
DemoZone or Learning Labs: Which is Right for my Company?
The most impactful engagement is not a sales pitch, but rather an opportunity to share why your product or service offers the most benefit or efficiency.
Learning Labs are your interactive opportunity to impart real-world laboratory knowledge, tips, and techniques while also highlighting your company’s top products. This is a chance to share your company’s expertise with Pittcon attendees. After all, customers want to purchase from the experts.
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The DemoZone is where your newest or updated products or services are introduced to Pittcon attendees. This is a chance to demonstrate, (it’s in the name), the technical features, unique attributes, and overall laboratory benefit of your company’s most recent innovations, driving attendees right to your booth.
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Mass or Vibrational Spectroscopy Data Analysis Tools
Using portable instruments to Make Reliable Measurements
A Closer Look at Sulfur Detection Techniques for GC
Automating BOD Measurements
A Foolproof way to Ensure Clean Glassware
How do I Freeze Dry more Effectively?
How to handle co-eluting chromatography peaks.
How to do analytical-preparative scale-up liquid chromatography.
Choose the best FTIR accessories for a range of different samples.
A foolproof HPLC Method Development strategy.
How to recognize when HPLC pumps need maintained and show how to re-build them.
Whether in-person or virtually, exhibitors will have the ability to capture audience leads. Pittcon will promote these events via the web, app, social media, as well as onsite signage.
The short answer is because no one likes commercials. The longer answer is that our aim is to provide attendees with a take away – learning something new, a new method, a new technique – something they can take back to their laboratory. The most successful sessions are soft-sells that solve problems or streamline processes. And most importantly, are practical and interactive.
Virtual submissions are needed as soon as possible. Deadline for onsite is December 1, 2022.