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IMAPS attracts over 6,500 attendees who represent all facets of the microelectronics industry. These include:  engineers, technicians, R&D, purchasing, manufacturing, management, and many more. They represent the automotive, communications, medical, aerospace, computer, defense, and consumer industries.

IMAPS 2000 Attendee Profile

  • 85% of IMAPS 2000 attendees reported having taken action as a result of attending the exhibition

  • 39% recommended the purchase of a product

  • 44% requested additional information as a result of attending IMAPS 2000


Over 255 companies exhibited at IMAPS 2000. These included MCM and thick film circuit manufacturers, as well as equipment and materials suppliers. IMAPS is the largest exhibition dedicated to the microelectronics marketplace. Exhibiting companies use IMAPS as an integral part of their sales and marketing campaigns.  IMAPS enables them to:

  • Reach over 4,000 buyers and specifiers in one place

  • Generate exposure in this highly competitive marketplace

  • Launch new products and concepts to the market

  • Enhance relationships with existing customers

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New Features At IMAPS 2001

IMAPS 2001 will included several new features designed to increase attendance, promote activity on the show floor, and provide all participants with a value-for-the-money learning and marketing environment.  These include:

  • A free link to your organization's website!

  • Upgraded technical sessions to include the best papers from IMAPS Advanced Technology Workshops.

  • Enhanced marketing program to bring more of your clients and potential customers to the show.

  • Intense local marketing to maximize attendance from the strategically important microelectronics industry that is located in the Northeast, Canada, and Eastern U.S. seaboard.

Hotel Information

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