Headed to #CeramicsExpo 2018? Here are 5 reasons to stop by ACerS booth | The American Ceramic Society

Headed to #CeramicsExpo 2018? Here are 5 reasons to stop by ACerS booth

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Have you registered for Ceramics Expo 2018 yet?

Ceramics Expo, one of the world’s largest events for advanced ceramic materials, is coming back to Cleveland’s I-X Center May 1–3, 2018. With more than 3,000 attendees, 60+ speakers, 300+ suppliers, and 20+ product demonstrations, Ceramics Expo 2018 promises to be bigger and better than the previous three shows.

Organizers have also created five new show features for 2018: Ceramic Industry BenchPress, Product Showcase, B2B Matching, Innovation Trail, and Expo TV. Read more about the new features at this link.

Because there is always more to learn beyond the scheduled sessions at CEX, ACerS is offering five short courses ranging from additive manufacturing to marketing for engineers. You might even want to learn about the five factors that control suspension rheology. See the complete schedule of all five short courses, including a link to registration here.

Top 5 reasons to visit ACerS booth at CEX18

And while you’re sure to be busy networking and building relationships at CEX, we invite you to stop by the ACerS booth (#308) during your visit to meet up with fellow ACerS members and staff.

So what’s in it for you?

1. Alexa will read Ceramic Tech Today to you.

You’ve heard of Alexa—the voice inside Amazon’s Echo that answers all questions and delivers information on demand. Alexa will be reading the daily Ceramic Tech Today headlines to keep you up to date with the latest research and industry news.

And while you’re listening to Alexa, fill out an entry form to win an Amazon Echo Dot—we’ll be giving away one each day of the show, so you can get your daily fix of Ceramic Tech Today delivered on command!

2. Meet and talk ceramics with opening day keynote speaker Eileen De Guire, ACerS director of communications and marketing.

What are the key drivers impacting the ceramic and glass industry today? What’s in store for the industry in the next 5–20 years? De Guire will share her insights in CEX18’s opening day keynote address. She will also moderate a leadership panel discussion between ceramic manufacturers, end users, and material suppliers.

3. Let’s Talk Ceramics coffee break, Wednesday, 2–3 p.m.

Join ACerS staff members in the booth for an afternoon coffee break! De Guire will also be at the booth to continue the conversation and discussion about the ceramics industry. And if you didn’t win an Echo Dot on Tuesday, you can enter again for Wednesday’s drawing.

4. Pick up the latest editions of ACerS Bulletin and ceramicSOURCE.

Read about the roles ceramics are playing in the advanced semiconductor industry, a preview of highlights of CEX18, plus more in the April edition of ACerS Bulletin. And grab a copy of the latest ceramicSOURCE directory and buyer’s guide to products and services for the ceramics industry—which also includes an in-depth feature article detailing the diverse and integral roles for ceramics and glass in the automotive industry.

5. Find products and services easier with Corporate Partner Resource Guide.

Looking for a product or service for your business? Make ACerS booth your first stop and pick up your free Corporate Partner Resource Guide, designed to help you locate specific products and services quicker and easier at CEX18.

And one more bonus reason to stop by ACerS booth—learn about the benefits of an ACerS membership

Talk to ACerS staff about the numerous benefits of belonging to a society of professionals in the ceramics and glass industry. Join ACerS at CEX18 and immediately begin receiving benefits such as member-only discounts, access to ACerS Bulletin Archive online, access to all three ACerS journals, and more.

We hope to see you at CEX18! Get your free pass right now at this link.

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