BCMC Attendees & Show Floor Space Double 2012 Levels

Originally published by: BCMCAugust 26, 2013

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Individuals are returning to the annual BCMC show in droves, with current registrations suggesting the largest trade show attendance since 2008.  As of August 25, there are twice as many individuals registered for BCMC than last year on that date (268 versus 136).  In addition, there are nearly 25 percent more companies registered to attend BCMC today than there were last year at this time.

That significant jump in attendance signals a great opportunity for component manufacturers and suppliers to build strong face-to-face relationships and make BCMC’s goal of “building community, making connections” a reality. BCMC will also provide ample opportunity for attendees to learn industry best practices and the latest market trends as experts throughout the industry present at education sessions covering topics from workforce development and lumber to component-focused structural testing and design optimization.

In response to all of these opportunities, BCMC suppliers are also coming back in a big way.  Currently, 65 companies are taking up 16,900 sq. ft. of show floor space (more than double the size of last year), which even exceeds the exhibit space on this same day in 2011!  Even better is the fact that equipment is returning to the show, allowing suppliers to showcase the newest innovations and products to streamline and enhance production capabilities.

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