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Annual Product Show Information:

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Boston Product Show

Vendor Frequently Asked Questions

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How much is it to exhibit?

Answer: Table Display Cost

ISPE Member Rate
Standard - $1,400
Premium - $1,875
Super Premium - $2,250
Booth - $3,350

Non Member Rate
Standard - $1,600
Premium - $2,075
Super Premium - $2,500
Booth - $3,900

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Who exhibited in 2013?

Answer:

3M Purification Inc
A/Z Corporation
A&B Process Systems
ABB Inc.
ABEC, Inc.
AdvantaPure/NewAge Industries
AES Clean Technology, Inc.
Air Incorporated
Alexion Pharmaceuticals
Alfa Laval
Allegheny Bradford Corporation
American Plant Maintenance, Inc.
AMETEK Test & Calibration Instruments
Anchor Insulation Company
Anderson Instrument Company
APA, LLC
Apache Stainless Equipment Corporation
Applied Control Engineering, Inc.
Appropriate Technical Resources, Inc.
Aqua-Chem, Inc.
Aquasyn, LLC
Aquatherm NE/NextGen Energy Solutions llc
Architectural Environments, Inc.
Arion Water, Inc.
Asahi/America, Inc.
ASEPCO
Ashcroft Inc.
ASI - Life Sciences
Astro Pak
Atlas Copco Compressors
Atlas Watersystems, Inc.
ATMI LifeSciences
AURA Controls
AutomaTech Inc.
Azima DLI
Aztec Technologies
Azzur Group, LLC
B&V Testing
Bahnson Environmental Specialties, an EMCOR Company
Barry-Wehmiller Design Group
Bausch Advanced Technologies, Inc.
Behringer Corporation
Bioengineering Inc
Biogen Idec, Inc.
BIOMaintenance Services
BioPharma Systems, LLC
Bioproduction Group (BIO-G)
Black Bear Coatings & Concrete
BMT USA
Bristol-Myers Squibb
BS&B Safety Systems
Buchiglas USA Corp.
Burkert Fluid Control Systems
Burns Engineering
Cambridge Valve & Fitting, Inc
Camfil, Inc.
Casella Sales and Marketing, Inc.
Castle Hill Technologies, Inc
CCL Label
CDC Packaging Corp
cGMP Validation LLC
ChargePoint Technology Inc
Charter Medical, Ltd.
Chiller Technology, Inc.
Christ Aqua Pharma and Biotech
Clark-Reliance
Clordisys Solutions, Inc
Colder Products
Columbia Construction Company
Commercial Scale & Balance Co., Inc.
Commissioning Agents Inc
Commodore Builders
Comverge
Connecticut Clean Room Corp.
Consigli Construction Co., Inc.
Controlled Environments
Controller Service and Sales
Cotter Brothers Corporation
Covanta 4Recovery, L.P.
Cozzoli Machine Company
CPFS
CPI Controls, Inc.
CRANE ChemPharma & Energy
CRB Consulting Engineers, Inc.
CrossPoint Engineering
CSI
D.F. Pray, Inc.
D.L. Thurrott Inc.
Dagard Clean Rooms
Dakota Systems, Inc.
DCI-Biolafitte
DECCO
Dixon Sanitary
DME Alliance Engineering Consultants
DPS Engineering (formerly DPS Biometics)
Dycem
Dynamic Systems, Inc.
E&S Technologies
E+E Elektronik Corporation
Electrol Specialties Co
Eliassen Group Life Sciences Consulting
Ellab Inc
EMD Millipore
Enerquip, LLC
Entegris
Environmental Systems Corporation
Environmental Systems, Inc.
Eppendorf
EquipNet
Erlab, Inc.
Erland Construction, Inc.
ESP
Essco Calibration Laboratory
Evolution Scientific
EXERGY LLC
Falco Technologies Inc.
FCx Performance
Feldmeier Equipment, Inc.
Festo Corporation
Fike
Finesse Solutions
Flexicon - a Watson-Marlow brand
Fluid Line Technology
Fraser Engineering Company, Inc.
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies
FW Webb/USCO Supply
GE Analytical Instruments
GE Healthcare Life Sciences
GE Measurement & Control
GEA Tuchenhagen
GEA Westfalia Separator
Gemu Valves
General Econopak, Inc.
Genesis Packaging Technologies
George T. Wilkinson, Inc.
Getinge USA
GF Piping Systems
GMP Piping, Inc.
Graver Technology
GxP Automation, LLC
Hach - Particle Counting Division
Hall Associates
Hallam-ICS
Hargrove Life Sciences LLC
Harrington Industrial Plastics
Hart Companies
Hayes Pump Inc.
HETIRISK
High Purity New England
HireMinds LLC
Hodess Construction Corp.
Holloway America
Howorth Air Technology Inc
Hyde Engineering + Consulting, Inc.
Hydro Service & Supplies
Hygeniks LLC
ICQ Consultants
ILC Dover LP
IMA Life North America, Inc.
Industrial Facilities Design, Inc.
Integra Companies
Integrated Builders
INTERPHEX
Interstate Electrical Services Corporation
Isolation Sciences
Isolation Systems, Inc.
ITT Engineered Valves
JEFF SMITH & ASSOCIATES, INC.
JM Coull
John Galt
Jones Lang LaSalle Construction
JSR Life Sciences
Kaymont Consolidated Industries
Kelly Scientific Resources
Kinetic Systems, Inc.
L.J. Star Inc
Labels/FlexPrint
Laporte Consultants
LAUDA-Brinkmann, LP
Leading Innovative Products & Solutions, Inc.
Levitronix
LEWA-Nikkiso America, Inc.
Lymtech Scientific
M+W Group
Magna-Safe International
Magnetrol International, Incorporated
Mangan Biopharm
Mar Cor Purification
Martell Associates
Massachusetts Life Sciences Center
Masy Systems, Inc
MECO
Medical - Technical Gases
Mensor
Metenova America, Inc.
Mettler-Toledo
Michell Instruments Inc
Micro-Clean, Inc.
Micronova Mfg
Microtest Laboratories Inc.
MIT Professional Education
MKS Instruments
Monarch Instrument
Mott Corporation
National Grid
NEHP,Inc.
Neponset Controls, Inc.
New England Controls
New England Laboratory Casework Co., Inc.
New England Sales, Inc.
Newman Sanitary Gasket Company
NNE Pharmaplan
Non-Metallic Solutions, Inc.
Northeast Engineering, Inc
Northeast Water Services Inc
Notch Mechanical Constructors
NOVASEP
NSF International
Oliver M. Dean Inc.
Olympic Systems Corporation
Omni Services
OnCode, a division of Gem Gravure
optek-Danulat, Inc.
Optimation
Pall Life Sciences
Panorama Consulting and Engineering Inc
Parker Seals ISS Division
Parker- Domnick Hunter
Parsec Automation Corp.
Particle Measuring Systems
Paul Mueller Co.
PAW Bioscience
PBM, Inc Valve Solutions
PEMCO
PendoTECH
Pentair Sudmo
Perfex Corporation
Perrigo Inc
PharmEng Technology
PM Group
POND Technical Sales
PR electronics Inc.
Process Control Solutions
ProPharma Group
ProSys Containment and Sampling Technology
Prudential Cleanroom Services
PSC Biotech
PSI Controls
Pyromation, Inc.
Q-mation
Qualification Process Solutions LLC
R.W. Sullivan Engineering
RCM Technologies
Rees Scientific
Refine Technology
Remcon Plastics, Inc.
Rockwell Automation
Romaco, Inc.
Rosemount
Rotronic Instrument Corp
RoviSys
RT Engineering Corp.
Rubberfab Technologies Group
Saint-Gobain
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics
Sani-Matic
SaniSure, Inc.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech
SBB Inc.
Schneider Electric
Scitech Builders, A Div. of J. Calnan & Associates
Sentinel Process Systems, Inc.
Sentrol, Inc.
Sequence, Inc.
Sharpe Mixers
Shire
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Skillpad
SMRT
SNC-Lavalin Project Services, Inc.
Spectra Automation
Spectrum Labs
Spraying Systems Co
SPS CleanTech, LLC
SPX Flow Technology
Stainless Fabrication, Inc.
Stauff Process Products
Steel-Pro Inc.
Steridose
Steriflow Valve
STERIS Corporation
StoneL
Stonhard
Suffolk Construction
Superior Controls, Inc.
SVF Flow Controls, Inc.
Swan Analytical USA
T & C Stainless, Inc.
Taurus PCC
Techniserv, Inc.
TEK Stainless Piping Products
Terracon Corporation
Thermo Scientific
Tobin Scientific division Tobin & Sons Moving and Storage, Inc.
TRG Builders
TSI Inc
Tuff Wrap Installations
Tufts University - M.S. in Engineering Management
UFP Technologies
UltraFiltronics
UniClean Cleanroom Services
University of Rhode Island
Vacuum Barrier Corporation
Vaisala, Inc.
ValSource, LLC
Veltek Associates, Inc.
Victaulic
Walker Barrier Systems
Waltham Services
Watson-Marlow Pumps Group
Webb Bio Pharm
Webb Kentrol / Sevco
WHK BioSystems LLC
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Xylem
Yula Corporation
Zajac LLC
Zeller Corporation
What are the table types?

Answer:
2014 Product Show Table Descriptions
To help you decide what table to purchase, below are the benefits and costs.

Standard Tables:
Free Electricity
2 x 6 foot table
Free attendance for up to 3 company representatives
Listing on website as Exhibitor

Premium Tables:
Free Electricity
2.5 x 6 foot tables located near the bar, food or back windows – Color Coded in Blue on the map
Free attendance for up to 3 company representatives
10% discount on Jumbotron Display or Media Walls
Link on Product Show website to your company’s website

Super Premium Tables:
Free Electricity
2.5 x 6 foot tables in premium location with the stadium field as a backdrop – Color Coded in Red on the map
Free attendance for up to 3 company representatives
20% discount on Jumbotron Display or Media Walls
Link on Product Show website to your company’s website
Logo displayed on website

Booth Space:
Free Electricity
10’ x 10’ booth space, located in a premium location with the stadium field as a backdrop and close to the bar
Free attendance for up to 3 company representatives
25% discount on Jumbotron Display or Media Walls
Link on Product Show website to your company’s website
Logo displayed on website
What do exhibiting vendors need to know about set up?

Answer:


ISPE Boston Area Chapter
2014 PRODUCT SHOW EXHIBITOR MANUAL
1. Participation is limited to one firm per table. Distributors may not place multiple products from multiple manufacturers on one table. Each manufacturer must take a separate table.

2. All table top displays should be confined to the table, with a height limit of 60” above the table. The maximum width of the display shall be 72”.

3. All Booth displays must be approved by Event Management prior to August 29th.

4. Stand-alone tables may, at the discretion of Event Management, be replaced with a stand-up display providing the display dimensions do not exceed those of the table in length and width and the height does not exceed that of a table plus 60” display.

5. Exhibits should be simple and professionally done. The Boston Area Chapter of ISPE reserves the right to restrict tabletop exhibits which are objectionable because of size, noise, glaring, flashing lights, etc. The Boston Area Chapter of ISPE reserves the right to prohibit or evict any exhibitor who, in our opinion, detracts from the overall good of the Product Show. This includes persons, exhibits, printed matter, or anything that is judged to be objectionable.

6. Exhibits must be staffed at all times during the exhibit schedule. Exhibitors may have no more than 3 representatives at their table at any given time.

7. Exhibitors agree to have all displays set up by 11:00 am.

8. Exhibitors agree not to dismantle their displays before the end of the show (7:30 PM). All exhibits must be removed by 9:00 pm.

9. No off-site food may be brought into Gillette Stadium.

10. Chairs will be allowed on the Show floor in booths only and must be provided by the exhibitor services company Capital Convention Contractors. Chairs may be allowed in other locations under extenuating circumstances which must be pre-approved by Event Management.

11. No balloons may be used within Gillette as part of your exhibit.

12. All exhibit items that are not able to be carried on an escalator must be either shipped to the drayage company or delivered to Gillette loading dock. No vendor will be allowed to enter or drop off at the loading dock if their name has not been supplied on the registration form.
Are there any Sponsorship opportunities?

Answer:
Yes, exhibiting companies can choose from any of the below sponsorships to enhance their visibility. If you have any questions on the sponsorships call the office at 781-647-4773.

ADVERTISING OPPORTUNTIES:

Advertising in the Show Guide:

¼ page ad $400 (black and white)
¼ page ad $500 (full color)
½ page ad $700 (black and white)
½ page ad $850 (full color)
Full page ad $1,150 (black and white)
Full page ad $1,650 (full color)
Back cover $3000 (full color)

Logo in Show Guide: $125

Show Guide Map Featured Logos: $150 each.

Advertise on the entrance escalator landing: $600

Advertise at the front door: $600

Advertise at the Food stations: $600

Advertise on concourse between the two clubhouses: $600

Media Walls: Large screen-blocks of nine TVs. Twenty-four exhibitor logos or videos will rotate all day long in Lounges and Atrium in both clubhouses:
Available for up to 12 sponsors with a static logo that displays for 10 seconds: $400
Available for up to 12 sponsors with a video that displays for 30 seconds: $600

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Product Demonstration/Presentation in the Spotlight Lounge: $500

After-Party Sponsor: $600

Mobile App Sponsor: $1500

Map Kiosk: $2000

New Exhibitor Pavilion Passport Program: $2000

Hand Sanitizer Station: $5000

Relaxation/Massage Station: $2500

For detailed information on sponsorships CLICK HERE.
Cancellation Policy

Answer: All cancellations must be received by the ISPE Boston Area Chapter office prior to August 29, 2014 in writing by email to office@ispeboston.org or fax to (781) 647-7222. If cancellations are received prior to August 29, a full refund, minus a $200 handling fee, will be issued. Cancellations made after that date will be charged the full exhibitor fee.
I am bringing and setting up my own display, do I need to use Capital Convention Contractors

Answer: No, if you don't need your materials shipped or set up for you then you don't need to work with Capital Convention Contractors. However if you need to have your materials shipped ahead of you, you will have to call them. (877) 335-3700
I am bringing my own supplies to the Show, however they won't fit up the escalator. How can I get them to the Show floor?

Answer: You can use the Gillette Stadium loading dock and bring your materials up the freight elevator. Contact the ISPE Office at (781) 647-4773 and make sure your name is on the loading dock list. If your name is not on the list you will not be able to use the loading dock.
What does Gillette Stadium Clubhouse look like inside?

Answer: Click on any of the pictures below to see the full size image. The image will appear in a new window.


Main Show Floor - Click for Larger Image
Media Walls


Main Show Floor - Click for Larger Image
Main Show Floor


Booth and Super Premium Area - Click for Larger Image
Booth and Super Premium Area


Super Premium Wall - Click for Larger Image
Super Premium Wall


Just Past Super Premium Door - Click for Larger Image
Just Past Super Premium Door


View our "Training Camp" Tutorial. It has all the information you will need to get in and out of Gillette successfully.

Click Here to View: ttp://www.ispeboston.org/files/ispe_ps_training_camp_2014_final_presentation.pptx

Click on the sound icons on each page for more helpful tips.

Page last updated: 22 July 2013