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Informex Survey Shows Innovation Remains a Priority for 2009 and Beyond
Date:3/24/2009

dustrial chemical markets. The final 20% said they serve a variety of markets, including the up-and-coming "green chemistry" industry.

The Informex management team, reaching out to those that wanted to see more green chemistry this year, sponsored the first-ever Green Chemistry pavilion at InformexUSA 2009. The Green Pavilion attracted a group of exhibitors whose sole focus is on sustainable chemicals. The rise in green chemical exhibitors comes at a time when more end-consumers request products that qualify as eco-friendly, sustainable technologies, wherein the "consumer-driven" request requires the application of novel technologies throughout the supply chain.

According to Jennifer Jessup, Event Director for InformexUSA, the InformexUSA attendee remains dedicated to the application of the world's best chemical technologies, wherever they come from. "Fine chemicals, specialty chemicals, biotechnology and green chemicals -- whatever the technology -- participants of InformexUSA 2009 found what they wanted," she said. "More than 90% of attendees surveyed said they found what they needed to move forward this year. The Informex management team remains committed to signing up exhibitors that offer attendees the very best in innovation, manufacturing, and novel chemical entities in an ever-changing marketplace. Matching up the right exhibitors with the right attendees is one of the main reasons why the InformexUSA exhibition is rated highly by both exhibitors and exhibitors in post-show surveys," she said.

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InformexUSA is the leading meeting place for buyers and sellers of high-value chemistry for a broad range of applications. As the leading tradeshow in the United States, InformexUSA has been a marketplace for networking and doing business in the fine, custom and specialty chemical manufacturing industry for more than 25 years. Visitors to the show come from a broad range of manu
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