Why Exhibit with ECS?

Exhibit FloorAt the 2017 ECS biannual meetings, we had a total of 4,340 attendees from all over the world. Besides listening to the over 3,503 talks, and taking in 941 posters they were presented with the latest available electrochemistry and solid state science and technology products and services.

At each of the ECS biannual meetings we have an exhibition that brings together about 30 business at each meeting. The exhibit hall becomes a showcase for each company’s offerings to ECS constituents.

During the 232nd ECS Meeting this past fall, we met with a few of our long time exhibitors to ask them why they come to ECS meetings. They told us that ECS meetings allow them to connect with current customers and to form new relationships. Exhibitors use the opportunity to answer questions and gain feedback from the scientists and engineers who are actually using their products in labs around the globe. And, in some cases, they have formed lasting friendships. More than one exhibitor described each meeting as a family reunion.

Watch the video to hear more about what keeps exhibitors coming back year after year!

ECS would like to thank those organizations who have participated in the 2017 exhibitions and for helping to make our meetings a success! ECS continues to strive to create the best exhibitor experience possible.

If your organization is interested in exhibiting at our 233rd ECS Meeting in Seattle, WA or the AiMES 2018 meeting in Cancun, Mexico, please reach out to Ashley.Moran@electrochem.org.

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