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Five Reasons to be a Sponsor at PEERS/IBBC

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1. Reach influential decision makers with decision-making power from more than 25 countries, including all 50 states in the USA:
  •  Business Development Managers, General Managers
  • Chief Executive Officers, Environmental Services Managers
  • Chief Financial Officers, New Technology Development Officers
  • Chief Technology Officers, Plant Managers
  • Consultants, Professors/Academics
  • Engineers, Project/Program Managers
  • R&D Managers & Directors, Research Scientists/Associates
  • Superintendents, Technical Managers & Directors
2. Sponsors are recognized as major contributors to the value and success of the paper and pulp industry. Strengthen your brand’s identity with your presence and position your company as a respected thought-leader.

3. Sponsorship is an easy and affordable way to promote your service, products, innovations, and creative solutions to a targeted professional audience while supporting the continued development of the paper and pulp industry.
 
4. Keep cost efficiencies high and resource requirements low with turn-key, all-inclusive sponsorship packages.

5. Join the conversation and help us strengthen our efforts as we provide you with a forum to promote a strong and viable commitment to Pulping, Engineering, the Environment, Recycling, and Sustainability.

See the 2015 PEERS Conference homepage to explore the possibilities of becoming a PEERS sponsor, exhibitor or advertiser.

2015 PEERS is an excellent opportunity to meet current customers and discover new clients in an exhibit area designed for interaction. You’ll be part of a brand new Passport Program designed to get conference attendees into the exhibit area. Plus find new leads at several networking opportunities, an awards recognition reception, a conference dinner, multiple early morning breakfasts and lunch breaks.
 

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