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IFAI Expo 2009 is the Right Event for specialty fabrics industry
05
Jan '09
IFAI Expo 2009 will mark the 97th annual meeting and exposition for the Industrial Fabrics Association International.

IFAI Expo 2009 to take place at San Diego Convention Center, CA 92101 USA during September 23 - 25, 2009.

The buzz continues to grow from year to year! With more than 500 exhibitors and 8,000 participants from more than 62 countries expected, IFAI annual Expo is the largest trade event in the Americas for the technical textiles and specialty fabrics industry.
The Right Products
• More than 500 top suppliers exhibit cutting edge technologies, materials and services
• See innovative, sustainable product achievements now on the market to meet your consumer demands
• Get the resources and contacts you need to get your jobs done
• No other show matches IFAI Expo's buying potential

The Right Information
• An International Buyers Program designed by the U.S. Department of Commerce bringing buyers and sellers together
• Educational programs are custom-designed for all industry constituents who work with or want to work with technical and specialty fabrics – research and product development, engineers, architects, manufacturers and business entrepreneurs
• Hear experts divulge the latest technologies, material science and ingenious inventions
• Bring your shop crew for hands-on training and generate new ideas help move your business into new markets and new profits

IFAI Expo 2009 is The Right Event.

Industrial Fabrics Association International


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