Lab Innovations 2019: facilitating a more productive visit

Lab Innovations has announced the launch of a new free networking tool to help visitors and exhibitors set up meetings in advance, so that they can get the most from their visit. Having significantly increased its exhibition floor space for 2019, and with 90% of space already booked, Lab Innovations (30–31 October, NEC Birmingham) will host the broadest array of quality laboratory suppliers and manufacturers in its eight-year history. Building on its reputation as the ideal event for networking and with rising numbers of visitors and exhibitors, Lab Innovations will now feature the Lab Connect online meeting planner to ensure productive B2B matchmaking.

Lab Connect is a free-to-use, professional meetings service enabling visitors and exhibitors alike to pre-book and schedule meetings on stands or in the dedicated on-site meetings lounge. When registering for Lab Innovations 2019, delegates simply create their own profile to access the exclusive platform to search for, and set up meetings with, exhibitors relevant to their specific interests. Equally, exhibitors can send meeting invitations to visitors who they think might benefit from their products and services.

“Now with so many laboratory companies and their products on show at Lab Innovations 2019, Lab Connect will enable visitors to make their visit even more productive,” said Lab Innovations Divisional Director Alison Willis. “We are very aware of how precious time out of the laboratory is, and this new service will add a new dimension to the networking opportunities for which Lab Innovations is already well known.”

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