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Space selling fast at INDEX 08!

May '07
Over 70% of the available exhibition space at INDEX 08, taking place at GENEVA PALEXPO, Switzerland from 15th – 18th April 2008, is already sold. Previous exhibitors return time and again to this flagship event for the dynamic nonwovens industry worldwide due to its broad geographic appeal and ability to attract high-quality visitors. An unprecedented programme of educational and informative side events will ensure that the target of 13'000 visitors is achieved.

Space at the world's largest nonwovens exhibition is selling fast. Over 70% of the available exhibition area has already been booked by returning exhibitors to the event, who have reserved some 16'000 m2 net of stand space, with almost a year to go to the event!

Exhibitors come back to INDEX 08 because it is quite simply the biggest professional exhibition in the world dedicated to nonwovens and relating industries, and companies seeking dynamic solutions to business issues know that it is the event which unites the entire industry worldwide.

A truly global event:
Every three years visitors from over 100 countries throughout the world converge upon INDEX in Geneva. In 2005 there were big increases in attendees from emergent markets such as Central & Eastern Europe, the Middle & Near East, China, Latin America and India, who came to see all the possibilities this vertically-integrated event has to offer. Unique in its field, INDEX brings together all aspects of the industry, from raw material producers to converters.

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