Lab suppliers interested in life science marketing opportunities in Texas may want to take note of Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events in the region. Our Texas A&M University life science marketing event is the perfect opportunity to increase lab sales leads at Texas A&M University. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s College Station BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be held on the Texas A&M University campus on January 31st, 2014.
Lab suppliers looking to market life science products and increase their lab sales at life science events in top academic markets can take advantage of this free information resource provided by Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. This article is dedicated to providing information about thriving Texas life science markets.
Are you a lab supplier interested in marketing life science products and selling lab equipment in Texas? Our Texas A&M University life science marketing event is the perfect opportunity to increase your brand recognition at Texas A&M University. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s College Station BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be held on the Texas A&M University campus on January 29th, 2014. In 2012, the College Station BioResearch Product Faire™ Event attracted 128 attendees. Of the visitors, 22 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 18 were lab managers. The attendees came from 33 different research buildings and 36 departments around campus.
Lab suppliers working to meet researchers in Texas may be interested in the option to market life science solutions at Texas A&M University life science marketing events. Our College Station BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be held on the Texas A&M University campus on January 29th, 2014. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events attract a large number of researchers with a wealth of life science funding available to meet their lab supply and research needs.
At the end of each Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. event, we announce the winner of our Five Star Program who went the extra mile as an exhibitor to sell their life science products and lab products. Our Five Star Winners engage with researchers, put a lot of work into creating eye-catching displays, conduct equipment demonstrations, and interact with attendees in an exceedingly professional way. We launched our Five Star Program in 2011 as a way of recognizing and rewarding the best sales reps at our life science marketing events.
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Biotechnology vendors and lab suppliers in Texas will find a thriving life science equipment sales market with the potential for numerous lab sales leads at Texas A&M University, if recent NIH and NSF research funding statistics give an indication as to what the market’s potential is like. In total, the NIH and NSF gave Texas A&M University $58 million in research funding in 2012. The university received $42.2 million from the NIH alone. This research funding was spread out over 145 projects across various life science disciplines. For the convenience of our readers, we have compiled a list of some of the top-funded science research departments at Texas A&M organized by department, number of awards received and total research funding awarded. For a full list of departments funded by the NIH at Texas A&M University, please visit the NIH website.
Our College Station BioResearch Product Faire™ on January 31, 2013, is approaching fast and you don’t want to miss this chance to meet researchers at Texas A&M University. Now is the best time to sign up because we have extended our early payment discount until November 15 for shows scheduled through February 14. We understand the importance of having a tradeshow convenient for researchers, so the event takes place on campus. Texas A&M is a research powerhouse with its research valued at more than $704 million dollars. In fact, for 2012 the NIH rewarded the high caliber of laboratory researchers with over $30 million dollars in new grants.