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Chemist Trade Shows across the Globe

Chemistry trade shows and exhibitions are a wonderful way to promote and sell your product as well as catch up on the latest trends and future breakthrough in your field of science. They can be great for meet and greets and general business transactions. Furthermore, they can be a lot of fun. Below we've outlined some of the big name trade shows across the world so you can be prepared for the upcoming chemistry trade show and exhibition season no matter where you live, or where your travel plans take you.
 
North America
 
The United States plays host to some of the big name chemist trade shows and exhibitions every year. The annual trade shows include Biotechnical America, Interphex, PharmaMedDevice and the American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting and Exposition. Each year the host city varies; however, in most instances, big name cities such as Chicago and New York will be the host. In neighboring Canada, check out the annual Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition which is hosted across the country in such lovely cities as Vancouver and Toronto.
 
Europe
 
Germany is home to the ANUGA Food Tec exhibition, the ACHEMA exhibition and the MSR-Spezialmesse Nord exhibition. Switzerland will play host to the ILMAC while Finland features the annual ChemBio Finland trade show. Or, head to Austria for the World Filtration Congress.
 
The Pacific
 
In Australia, chemistry trade show, the Australasian Cleantech Forum is always an annual treat. However, China is where the chemist action is with four different must-visit trade shows and events. This includes the Chinese International Scientific Instruments and Laboratory Equipment Exhibitions (CISILE), the COAT Expo, Biotech China International Trade and Congress for Biotechnology and the always popular ExpoLab- the Chinese Chemical Regent Exhibition. These trade shows are usually hosted in the popular cities of Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.
 
For more information, check out your yearly calendar and websites for the different featured chemistry trade shows and events.

By Rita Henry
Get Chemist Jobs, Contributing Editor
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