CAMEX 2016 - Campus Market Expo

CAMEX is the world's largest Retail Expo of products for students of all ages!
Date
2016-03-06
Exhibitors
700
Floor Size
154000
Attendees
2300
Event contact title
Director of Expositions
Event contact first name
Mary
Event contact last name
Adler-Kozak
Email
madler-kozak@nacs.org
Event contact telephone number
440-775-7777 x2265
Fax
440-775-1920
Notes
Co-locating in 2016 with EDexpo and the NAMTA shows. Making CAMEX/Ed Expo 2016 the largest educational retailing event in the world. EDexpo serves the K-12 educational retail market. NAMTA serves the International Art Materials market.
Description
CAMEX is the largest trade show in the campus retailing industry. CAMEX tradeshow is preceded by a two day educational event. CAMEX attracts more than 2,200 attendees, representing more than 1,000 college stores from the U.S., Canada, and beyond. CAMEX draws over 700 exhibiting companies that represent more than 90 product categories. Co-locating in 2016 with EDexpo and NAMTA for even more access to (K-12 and art materials) buyers.
Attendee information
CAMEX attracts more than 2,300 qualified store buyers from over 1,000 campus stores each year, reaching millions of students across the U.S., Canada and beyond. Collegiate retail buyers, managers, directors. High school buyer. Campus computer store buyers, managers, directors. Off-campus retailers.
Exhibitor information
Exhibitors are suppliers of products to college bookstores including but not limited to: Apparel, Art & Office Supplies, Awards/Jewelry, Backpacks, Books/Course Mtls., Calendars/Planners, Consumer Electronics Consumer/Credit Cards, Computer Hardware/Software, Consultants of Financial and/or Marketing Services Eyewear Fixtures/Displays Food/Candy/Beverages Games/Toys Gifts/Insignia/Novelty/Greek Items Glassware Greeting Cards Health & Beauty Prod. Internet Services Magazines Medical/Dental Lab Equipment Music Rain Gear/Umbrellas Security Systems/Supplies Study Aids Systems/POS/Text Mgmt. Others.

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