PVC 2014

PVC - Brighton: The World's Leading Forum on Vinyl
Date
2014-04-01
Exhibitors
20
Attendees
400
Event contact title
Miss
Event contact first name
Chiara
Event contact last name
Jobson
Email
chiara.jobson@iom3.org
Event contact telephone number
0207 451 7302
Description

The triennial "Brighton" conference continues to be the world's largest and most reputable forum to support the future of PVC globally via information, education, debate and discussion. PVC 2014 will continue to focus on presenting a full and varied programme of original papers covering all apsects of PVC, from formulation through to recovery and recycling. Emphasis will be given to how PVC continues to develop, meeting the challenges of business and sustainability and aiming to inspire innovation across its vast range of applications. Keynote Address for 2014: Sustainable Futures: Re-making the World Jonathon Porritt, Founder Director of Forum for the Future

Attendee information

Register by 31 December 2013 and save £100 on the registration fee: IOM3 Member £795.00 + VAT Non-member £895.00 + VAT Registration from 1 January 2014: IOM3 Member £895.00 + VAT Non-member £995.00 + VAT Registration fees include attendance on all three days of the conference, lunch and refreshments, welcome reception on 31 March 2014, conference dinner on 2 April 2014, conference papers.

Exhibitor information

Exhibitors Package - £2,000 + VAT: 3m x 2m shell scheme stand Name board Table and two chairs Power socket 1 fluorescent tube light 1 delegate pass (access to all conference sessions, lunch and refreshments throughout the conference and welcome reception. Set of conference papers. One ticket to the conference dinner 1 exhibitor pass ( lunch and refreshments throughout the conference and welcome reception) Inclusion in the event catalogue A double stand can be booked for £3,500 Contact: Kate Harrison T. +44 (0)1476 513889

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