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Inscripciones abiertas para InformEx 2014 en Miami Beach
Date:10/19/2013

HAMILTON, Nueva Jersey, 18 de octubre de 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Las inscripciones están abiertas para InformEx 2014, el evento de asociaciones empresariales líder de América del Norte para compradores y vendedores de productos químicos de alto valor durante 30 años. Más de 3.500 asistentes de importantes compañías de productos farmacéuticos, químicos finos y químicos especializados, se reunirán en la ciudad de gran actividad internacional de Miami Beach, Florida, del 21 al 24 de enero para participar en la conferencia y los eventos de creación de redes.  

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Los asistentes pueden registrarse vía el siguiente enlace: https://www.compusystems.com/servlet/ar?evt_uid=499.

"Durante las últimas tres décadas, InformEx ha creado una reputación en la industria de química fina y especializada de reunir a una comunidad global de compradores motivados para la adquisición de productos y creación productiva de asociaciones", dijo Nancy Largay, directora de marca de InformEx. "Al iniciar nuestro 30mo. año y mirar al futuro, estamos muy emocionados de traer este evento de primera categoría al área de Miami — un destino vibrante que es popular entre los asistentes y de excelente acceso para el viajero".  

Lo que puede esperar en la 30ma. edición de InformEx 2014:

  • Sesiones educativas oportunas. Un nuevo programa de sesiones educativas en el lugar de exposiciones que cubren l
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