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 Why Exhibit at the Biophysical Society’s
2015 Annual Meeting?


Location, Location, Location

The 2015 Annual Meeting will take place in Baltimore, Maryland, a region known for being one of the world's hubs for medical research, discovery and biotechnology. In addition, Baltimore: 

  • Ranks 6th in biotech venture capital funding over the past seven years
  • Ranks 4th in biotech and diagnostics employment
  • Home to top colleges and universities including: Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland, Towson University, Loyola University Maryland, and the US Naval Academy


Exhibitor Benefits

As a Biophysical Society Annual Meeting Exhibitor you have the advantage of interacting with a year's worth of interdisciplinary customers in a few days. We offer an affordable targeted marketing opportunity that allows you to:

  • Generate new leads and sales
  • Launch new products
  • Gain valuable insight into your competitors products and marketing techniques
  • Increase your corporate recognition and brand awareness
  • Interact with enthusiastic researchers
  • Network with prospective customers and catch up with existing clients


We Bring Attendees to You

In order for you, the exhibitor, to have access to as many attendees as possible, we have designed the Exhibit Hall and planned activities to create optimal booth traffic. Inside the hall we have:

  • Scientific poster sessions surrounding the Exhibit Hall to create traffic flow
  • Viewing of entries in The Art of Science Image Contest
  • The exclusive location of all morning and afternoon break times
  • The popular Biomolecular Discovery Dome
  • The Graduate and Postdoc Institution Fair on Monday afternoon
  • Exhibitor Coupon Book
  • NEW this year: The Exhibitor Presentations will be located inside the Exhibit Hall

However, what our exhibitors appreciate the most is that our scientific sessions close the day after the Exhibit Hall, so attendees are still actively engaged on the last day of exhibits.  

 

For more information please contact
Sales and Exhibits at 240-290-5609 or exhibits@biophysics.org