Surrounded by wheat fields blown about in the Northwest American breeze, Washington State University, Pullman is a scenic destination as well as a promising marketplace for companies working to market lab products and increase lab sales. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s annual life science marketing event within the $476 million marketplace at WSU Pullman is enjoyable for lab supply sales representatives and researchers alike. Well attended by highly funded life science professionals, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Washington State University benefits sales representatives with Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s longstanding university connections and over twenty years of experience organizing superior life science vendor shows.
Washington State University, Pullman has been educating researchers for over 120 years and is still a relatively untapped marketplace where scientists have a high amount of funding available to stock their labs with quality lab equipment. Recognized as one of 108 public and private universities in America with "very high research activity" by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, WSU Pullman conducts a leading-edge number of life science studies that shape the knowledge base of life science researchers the world over.
Wheat fields in Washington State
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Overall, funding statistics make WSU Pullman a promising university for lab suppliers working to market lab products and increase lab sales. Consider the following funding statistics for Washington State University, Pullman:
- WSU Pullman has received $17.8 million in research funding from the National Institutes of Health for the year 2014.
- The school of veterinary sciences received the highest amount of NIH life science funding this year with 38 awards and $10.4 million.
- WSU Pullman was ranked 14th in the nation for NIH funding in 2013, having received $320.1 million.
- The National Science Foundation gave WSU Pullman $18 million in funding in 2013.
- Of the 2013 NSF funding, $5.4 million went to life science studies alone.
- WSU Pullman has an operating budget of $1.8 billion.
- The university has a $779.9 million endowment.
- In 2012, life science R&D expenditures at the university were $625 million, the 11th highest in the country.
When you exhibit at the WSU Pullman event, you receive world-class customer service from professional event-planners whose focus is to make sure the show goes smoothly for you and that attendees stay to meet your sales staff. Attendees come for the exciting prizes, friendly atmosphere and catered lunch, but what makes the event worthwhile is learning about what your company has to offer: the latest and best life science solutions available.
WSU Pullman life science marketing event
The WSU Pullman life science marketing event attracts between 250 and 300 researchers annually. Of these attendees, 90-100 are qualified leads such as purchasing agents, professors, post docs and lab managers. Please reference the attendance statistics below for a better idea of the crowds expected to attend the 2014 event.
- October 26, 2010 – 289 attendees
- October 25, 2011 – 222 attendees
- October 23, 2012 – 250 attendees
- October 22, 2013 – 268 attendees
If you would like to market your lab products to world-renowned researchers and increase lab sales at Washington State University, Pullman, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. invites you to exhibit at the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Washington State University on October 29th, 2014.
To learn about life science marketing events in other regions of the United States, we encourage you to click on the 2014 calendar of events and 2015 calendar of events. Click on the button below for an in-depth list of life science funding statistics and vendor show information for Washington State University, Pullman.