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InformexUSA 2009 Opens to Strong Attendance
Date:1/29/2009

Most Comprehensive Program Offering In Show's History Draws Participants From A Broad Range of Industries Despite Uncertain Economic Climate

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2009 edition of InformexUSA officially opened its exhibition floors Wednesday with attendance expected to be 'on a par' with show traffic in 2008. The week long exhibition & conference, which is the largest event for innovative chemistry in North America, is featuring an expanded program to address the business and information needs of a broader cross-section of markets involved with chemistry. New initiatives at InformexUSA 2009 include a Global Sourcing Summit, a Biotech Day program and a new exhibition and seminar event called the Green Exchange. Once again, the Informex program features Exhibitor and Technology Showcases focusing on exhibiting companies, as well as Networking Roundtables on manufacturing issues.

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According to Event Director, Jennifer Jessup, the need for networking in building relationships and accessing talent is stronger than ever during uncertain economic times. "Informex is unique in North America as a networking event for the chemical industry. For years, Informex has been the premier meeting place for companies looking to develop outsourcing relationships for pharmaceutical production. With our 2009 event, we have broadened the industry segments that can look to Informex to develop their 'talent' networks," she said. "At this year's Informex, we have set the stage for business to be conducted and we are looking forward to hearing about the new opportunities and new relationships that come about as part of the Show," she added.

Global sourcing and biopharma trends

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