ATLANTA – The International Woodworking Fair reports that registration for the 2016 show in Atlanta is pacing 30 percent ahead of 2014, the last edition of the event. The show is completely sold out with a waiting list of exhibitors who still want space.
“We have a great education conference and over 1,000 exhibitors it’s where the industry needs to be,” says Tom Onsrud, IWF 2016 chairman and president of CNC technology manufacturer C.R. Onsrud Inc.
Early bird discount for all day IWF Symposia ends July 31. Woodworking Network is partnering with IWF 2016 to present three all-day conferences - one on Closets moderated by Closets magazine editor Michaelle Bradford, one on Veneering moderated by FDMC magazine editor Will Sampson, and one on Finishing in partnership with the Centre for Advanced Wood Processing and moderated by Woodworking Network online editor Karl Forth. More than 24 speakers will presenting for the symposia. Early-bird discounts for these conference programs end July 31.
IWF 2016 will take place August 24-27, 2016 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, will feature the Wood Flooring Pavilion, Cabinet & Closets Storage Pavilion, and the Countertop Pavilion, all together in Building B.
The largest woodworking technology trade show in North America is held every other year at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga., and is ranked among the largest trade shows in the world. Recognized around the world as the pre-eminent event for introducing and selling manufacturing equipment, supplies and innovative new technology, IWF attracts visitors from every level of the industry and over eighty countries and all 50 states. www.iwfatlanta.com
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