OE-A reports major growth in attendance, exhibitors and exhibition space, as well as increasing interest from end-users.
David Savastano, Editor04.05.17
As LOPEC 2017 came to a close on March 30, show organizers OE-A and Mess Munchen noted that the conference set new records, with attendance up 20% from 2016, as more than 2,500 attendees came through the conference. With 154 exhibitors, LOPEC set a new record for exhibitors and exhibition space, nearly filling the Messe Munchen hall it has been using for past conferences.
“What once again made this year special is the increase in exhibitors,” said Wolfgang Mildner, LOPEC general chair and founder/CEO of MSW. “It is pretty crowded, but these are successful changes. This year, we had an increased emphasis on automotive and medical. Printed electronics is a technology that can have an impact with anything, and we have to show that impact.”
“LOPEC went really well,” added Klaus Hecker, executive director of the OE-A, which organizes LOPEC with Messe Munchen. “We have had great attendance and excellent feedback from our exhibitors.
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