Reserve your booth for AAPG ACE today
Looking to make the next giant leap in sales? Make plans to exhibit at the AAPG 2011 Annual Convention & Exhibition in Houston, 10-13 April 2011. The city’s far-reaching petroleum E&P industry, coupled with the convenient downtown location of the George R. Brown Convention Center, means your sales could grow by leaps and bounds.
The AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition (ACE) is a science-driven event organized by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists — the world’s largest professional geological organization — along with SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) and host Houston Geological Society.
Fifty years ago, when then-President John F. Kennedy envisioned man on the moon, he said, “the growth of our science and education will be enriched by new knowledge of our universe and environment, by new techniques of learning and mapping and observation...” The petroleum geology industry continues to be transformed by advances in technology as well as make giant leaps for the E&P industry.
Share your company’s vision of the energy future by exhibiting at the AAPG 2011 ACE, and be a part of the dynamic exhibition complementing a world-class technical program.
The Exhibition will be held in halls C, D and E of the George R. Brown Convention Center during these hours:
AAPG’s ACE is the original “social networking” site for petroleum geologists and others in the petroleum E&P industry.
The convention & exhibition experience offers companies like yours an incomparable opportunity for:
- Face-to-face interaction
- Making a long-lasting impact on your target audience
- Presenting to an international audience
- Finding new customers
- Touching base with current customers
- Staying on top of industry trends
- Acquiring leads and close sales
- Capturing immediate feedback on new technologies, services or products
- Investigating/testing new opportunities in new markets
- Taking advantage of pre-event media and web exposure
When you consider the exposure your company gets at ACE with its built-in audience of geosciences professionals it just makes sense to exhibit.
Excellent event, we were very happy.