PRINT 09 Must See 'Ems Program Now Open for Exhibitor Submissions
RESTON, VA—June 2, 2009—Which exhibits, technologies and products will be “musts” for visitors to see at this September’s PRINT 09 in Chicago? And how can exhibitors make themselves stand out among the more than 600 company displays filling more than 600,000 net square feet of exhibit space?
The Must See ’Ems program presented by the Graphic Arts Show Co. (GASC) has provided the answer to these questions for more than a decade. For every national and global GASC event, the program recruits a panel of industry experts to review hundreds of submissions and identify the products and exhibits that show goers simply “must see.”
PRINT 09, the year’s premier global exhibition of printing, publishing, converting and package printing technologies, runs September 11-16, in Chicago’s expansive McCormick Place.
For exhibitors, the Must See ’Ems program provides a means for highlighting their most important innovations. Submissions by exhibitors at PRINT 09 are invited for consideration by this year’s expert panel. Full submission procedures and details are available online at: www.mustseeems.com.
“Must See ’Ems offer exhibitors a highly effective tool for calling attention to their most exciting new products,” says GASC President Ralph Nappi about the 2009 program.
“This show will abound in new product introductions,” Nappi adds, “and it will be difficult for the average visitor to see everything. The MUST SEE ‘EMS program enables companies with really compelling new offerings to put themselves more brightly on visitors’ radars.”
The Must See ’Ems technology and product recognition program, conducted independently for the Graphic Arts Show Company by the PrintCom Consulting Group of Charlotte, NC, is a part of the Executive Outlook Conference, held on Thursday, September 10, 2009, the day before PRINT 09 opens. The Conference and the Must See ’Ems program are chaired by PrintCom President William C. Lamparter. Must See ’Ems honorees will be announced at the conclusion of the Executive Outlook conference, published in the Show Daily newspaper, posted online and also distributed in other forms.