L.A.B. Trade fair and conference for analysis, bio and laboratory equipment in the UK
February 18, 2009 by Manure Manager
Feb. 18, 2009 – L.A.B. – the European trade fair and conference for analysis, bio and laboratory equipment in the UK announces the launch of its newly designed and improved website.
L.A.B. – the European trade fair and conference for analysis, bio and laboratory equipment in the UK announces the launch of its newly designed and improved website www.lab-uk.co.uk . The new site has been designed to provide visitors with a comprehensive overview of L.A.B. 2009, featuring enhanced accessibility and usability, facilitating quick and easy navigation. New to this website is a section where exhibitors have access to a range of documentation and online registration. This includes an interactive floor plan with the possibility of online booking for registered users. For more information on L.A.B. 2009 and to register to attend, please visit www.lab-uk.co.uk/exhibitor
There is a specific area dedicated to existing or potential exhibitors to learn more about the program of the exhibition including a floor plan, registration form, specific timings and dates and a list of target visitors to the show. Also available in this section is a documentation section where users can download documents relating to the various exhibition stand options. The early bird 10 percent discount for exhibition space reservations has been extended until February 29, 2009. For further information, please visit www.lab-uk.co.uk. Conference topics will be available from the beginning of April. The online visitor and conference registration starts 1 May 2009.
Staged every two years, L.A.B. will be held at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham from October 27-29 2009 and is the only platform of its kind in the UK for the European laboratory and analysis sector. L.A.B. is predominantly aimed at manufacturers and users of analysis, biotechnology and laboratory equipment in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and tobacco industries, as well as public and private sector organizations in medical and environmental engineering.
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