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Down economy provides great opportunity for exhibitors to reach their market.

Interactive Displays

The economy is uncertain, but technology is still rapidly evolving

Exhibit space at IntertechPira's Interactive Displays 2009 conference, taking place April 21 - 23, 2009 at the Hilton San Jose, in San Jose, California, is a hot ticket.

Exhibit spaces are available for $299, making it possible for companies to participate even in difficult financial times.

"The economy is uncertain, but technology is still rapidly evolving," says Conference Producer Derek Mitchell. "This technology is made for touch and interaction. There's no better way to show off your work than to exhibit at Interactive Displays 2009."

Interactive Displays 2009 will feature keynotes by Perceptive Pixel's Jeff Han and Microsoft's Steven Bathiche, along with presentations from 3M Touch Systems, Ecast, NextWindow, N-Trig, GestureTek and others.

To learn more about exhibit space and sponsorship opportunities, visit the event website at, or contact Brian Santos at IntertechPira: +1 207 781 9618.

Register for Interactive Displays 2009
Contact Mike Robert for more information on pricing and to register +1 207 781 9631.

IntertechPira is a leading information services provider that specializes in giving industry executives strategic information and analyses pertaining to advanced materials and technologies driving the development of innovative products. We serve niche segments of the lighting and displays, high-performance pigments, fillers and fibers, energy and advanced materials, and electronic materials and devices industries by producing international conferences and publishing focused, relevant reports on which actionable business decisions can be based. IntertechPira is a subsidiary of Pira International, with offices in the United Kingdom and Portland, Maine, United States.

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