Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference to Provide the Latest Polyurethane Industry Developments
Register by July 10, 2009 to receive the lowest registration fee
YOU MUST REGISTER BY 5:00 PM EDT ON FRIDAY, JULY 10 TO QUALIFY FOR THE EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
Registration for the Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference is now open! This year’s Conference will take place October 5-7, 2009 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland (Washington, D.C. Area). The Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference will provide polyurethane industry leaders and professionals an opportunity to hear about the latest research, technical developments and business issues affecting the global polyurethanes industry.
Early Bird Registration – Register by July 10, 2009 to receive the lowest registration fee. Fees will increase after July 10, September 9 and October 3. Register Now!
The Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center is the host hotel for the Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference. Room reservations must be booked by September 9 to receive the ACC/CPI discounted hotel room rates. Reserve your rooms online or call the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at 301-965-2000. Be sure to indicate that you are attending the Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference to qualify for the group rate of $239 single/double.
NEW for 2009! Table Top Exhibition
The Table Top Exhibition is your company’s opportunity to present its products and services to industry professionals from a wide range of disciplines. The Table Top Exhibition will be held in conjunction with the Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference. To ensure maximum exposure, the Table Top Exhibition will be located in Potomac Ballroom A of the Gaylord National along with the conference Poster Session, Refreshment Break tables, CPI booth and Innovation Award voting terminal.
Tables are limited – book yours now!
The Advance Program is now available for download from the CPI website. The Advance Program contains detailed information on the Technical and Issues Sessions, Poster Session, and other important conference events.
Call for Posters
Each year, CPI issues a Call for Posters. Posters may address breakthrough technology in polyurethane markets or chemistry, developing markets such as medical or fiberboard, and product areas such as rigid foam insulation or coatings. The deadline for poster abstract submissions is September 1, 2009. For complete guidelines, deadlines and online submission forms, visit the CPI Website at www.americanchemistry.com/polyurethane.
2009 Polyurethane Professional Development Program
The Polyurethane Professional Development Program provides an unprecedented education and training program for the global polyurethanes industry. Participants choose from a variety of seminars that run concurrently with the Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference. In addition, participants wishing also to attend technical, issue or poster sessions can do so with their Professional Development Program Registration. Register Now!
2009 Polyurethane Innovation Awards
Applications are being accepted for the 2009 Polyurethane Innovation Awards. The Polyurethane Innovation Awards recognize the efforts and foresight of companies and individuals whose visions have brought new products to the marketplace. Applications are being accepted until 5:00 p.m. EST on July 10, 2009. This year, awards will be presented in three categories:
- Polyurethane Chemicals
- Processing Equipment
- Finished Products
The winners will be announced at the conference Closing Luncheon/Awards Ceremony on October 7. View the Polyurethane Innovation Award Brochure and submit your entry today!
Sponsorship at the Polyurethanes 2009 Technical Conference gives your company tremendous visibility to the polyurethane marketplace as well as greater visibility at the conference. Depending on your level of sponsorship, your company name and logo will be prominently displayed and seen by thousands of industry professionals who receive emails, print, etc. Download the sponsorship application.
For more information, or to register visit: www.americanchemistry.com/polyurethane.