The Materials Research Society offers two prime exhibit opportunities each year. Held in conjunction with the MRS Spring Meeting and the MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, these exhibits provide a unique opportunity to present innovative products and services to a large and diverse global audience who walk the floor seeking technical solutions to their challenges.
Interdisciplinary in nature and international in scope, these exhibits encompass the full spectrum of equipment, instrumentation, products, software, publications and services for the materials research community.
Held in conjunction with the MRS Spring Meeting, the 2016 MRS Spring Exhibit provides a unique opportunity to present innovative products and services to over 5,000 attendees from all sectors of the global materials science and engineering communities.
Benefits of Exhibiting with MRS
ACCESS to senior research/management professionals who are top decision makers in the materials research community
MEET new prospects and generate leads
PROMOTE your organization’s image and maximize its market exposure
DISCUSS your customers’ needs face-to-face and demonstrate solutions
LAUNCH new products and services
DEVELOP your database to strengthen your overall sales and marketing programs
NETWORK and build relationships with decision makers and influencers
INTRODUCE your company to MRS members
UPSELL existing clients
Who Should Exhibit
MRS exhibits offer a wide variety of product and service categories all under one roof. If you are a supplier of any of these products or services, or any that fill a need of the materials research community, then you need to be part of the materials science community’s premier events of the year.
Founded in 1973, MRS now consists of over 16,000 members from the United States - as well as nearly 80 other countries. The interdisciplinary materials science society is different from that of single discipline professional societies because it encourages communication and technical information exchange across the various fields of science affecting materials.