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Planning your marketing messages for 2014
– have you started yet?
Talking Science will be at Pittcon 2014
– so will >200 scientific editors
Pittcon is one of the biggest events on the calendar of scientific instrument companies and their users worldwide. For many years, it was THE place to launch new products. For 2014, the meeting returns to Chicago where it will again provide a great place to network about new products and applications from the world’s leading scientific instrument vendors. Talking Science will attend to meet the media and to talk with them about clients and what they will be doing in 2014.
Some of Talking Science’ clients will exhibit or will have their products represented on other vendor booths. Check out for the following.
After successfully launching their benchtop NMR Spinsolve system at Pittcon in Philadelphia, Magritek returns with new systems designed for the education teaching market. Many chemistry departments around the world have adopted Spinsolve in their curriculum. These include Temple University (Philadelphia), Rochester Institute of Technology (USA), Technical University of Delft (Netherlands), German Federal Institute of Materials & Testing (Berlin), Glasgow University, the University of Melbourne (Australia) and Unicamp (Brazil). See them on Booth #1043
Anasys Instruments will be talking about their latest generation of nanoscale spectroscopy, the nanoIR2. They will be presenting a high level of technical information about their AFM-IR product line which now includes nanomechanical spectroscopy alongside high resolution infrared spectroscopy (chemical analysis), topographic detail (AFM) and thermal properties such as glass transition and melt behavior (nanoTA). Dr Curtis Marcott of the Anasys Scientific Advisory Board along with Mike Lo and other Anasys personnel are presenting technical talks too. Come and meet the team on Booth #1335.
|Linkam will be represented on the McCrone Microscopy booth. Their high selling THMS600 temperature stage will feature with applications across the board from foods to geology, liquid crystals to blood cell rheological characterization. The McCrone booth is #2109.
Are you launching new products in Chicago? Do you know how to contact the editors? Do you know how to present your company’s story? Do you know what attracts editors to write about your company’s products and applications…and not about your competitors? Does your company need help? Why not talk to Talking Science?
Jezz Leckenby has been a regular attendee of Pittcon since Atlantic City in 1980. First as an exhibitor with DuPont and Thermo Electron, and, since 2005, he has been attending the show as a member of the media (as a consulting editor with American Laboratory) and to represent clients launch their products to the scientific community.
Contact Jezz today – call +44(0)1799 521881 – or email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for some advice.