Abstracts are now being accepted for education sessions that highlight trends and business insights for the custom and specialty chemical sector
HAMILTON, N.J., April 23, 2014 /CNW/ - InformEx, North America's leading business partnering event and educational resource for buyers and sellers of high-value chemistry, invites speakers to submit proposals for education sessions to be held during the 31st edition of InformEx, Feb. 3-6, 2015 at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
InformEx fosters the continuous advancement of the fine, specialty and custom chemicals industry by providing networking tools, continual educational opportunities and community collaboration forums — all designed to accelerate personal and professional growth in the changing chemical enterprise landscape.
"Through ongoing education, InformEx provides industry leaders with the tools they need to adapt to the changing industry landscape and grow their business," said Lauren Belmont, InformEx brand marketing manager. "We're looking for another great lineup of speakers and session topics for our 2015 event, which we're thrilled to be bringing back to New Orleans."
Speakers at InformEx 2014 in Miami Beach, Fla., covered a diverse range of emerging issues and trends relevant to the chemical industry, including personalized medicine, green chemistry, shale gas and 3-D printing, among many other topics. Next year's event is expected to draw more than 3,500 attendees and hundreds of exhibitors from top pharmaceutical, fine chemical and specialty chemical companies. Registration for InformEx 2015 opens in mid-August.
The deadline for speaker abstracts is Friday, June 27. Those who are interested in submitting a proposal for InformEx 2015 should follow these guidelines:
- Limit abstracts to 350 words, covering the primary topic category and key points that will be communicated during the education session.
- Include contact information and a brief biography (100-word maximum) of the presenting speaker.
- Share proposed session title of the speaker's presentation.
- Ensure that the session will offer a clear educational value and will be non-promotional in nature.
- If available, provide a sampling of data and sources to be cited in the presentation.
Submit your presentation proposal through this link: www.informex.com/call-for-speakers.
In addition to submitted speaker abstracts, InformEx is interested in hearing suggestions for high-interest topics or speakers who are not part of your organization. To make a recommendation for a speaker or topic, contact the education session organizers at email@example.com.
InformEx reserves the right to accept abstracts at their discretion in order to assemble the best possible program. InformEx is a marquee event for manufacturers, distributors and service providers to the fine, specialty, and custom chemical industry. For more information, visit www.informex.com.
Produced by UBM, InformEx is committed to the continuous advancement of the fine, specialty, and custom chemicals industry by providing networking tools, educational opportunities and community collaboration forums — all designed to accelerate growth in the changing chemical enterprise landscape. The annual InformEx event is the premier must-attend exposition for the chemical industry for the past 30 years, providing a platform for in-person networking and business development. Each year the event brings together an international mix of more than 3,500 fine and specialty chemicals professionals and hundreds of exhibitors. To learn more, visit www.informex.com.
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For further information:
Lauren Belmont, InformEx, +1 609-759-4721, firstname.lastname@example.org, Kelly Quigley, Chempetitive Group for InformEx, +1 858-997-9462, email@example.com
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