Inside 3D Printing Seoul Confirmed for November 18-20, 2020

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South Korea’s largest additive technology event, Inside 3D Printing Seoul, has been confirmed to be held on November 18-20, 2020 instead of its previous date of June 24-26.

Inside 3D Printing Seoul is entering its 7th year and has become one of Asia’s premier additive technology events for digital transformation of design, development and manufacturing driven by Industry 4.0 with more than 9,000 annual delegates from 25 countries.

In 2019, 40+ speakers from major corporations, such as GE Additive, HP, BASF, Henkel, Hyundai Motors, as well as 85 exhibitors and sponsors joined the event.

Even though major corporations including Stratasys, Formlabs, German RepRap, HP, Essentium will join this year’s event as exhibitors and sponsors through their regional office and resellers in South Korea, international speakers and buyers were not initially able to join the event due to travel bans implemented by global corporations. In addition, some international companies had orders to cancel their participation in all events in the first half of year for safety reasons.

Thus, the event organizer conducted a survey with exhibitors and sponsors about the event’s schedule. More than 60 percent of the exhibitors chose to delay the event to late November, whereas 35 percent chose to attend as planned.

In addition to the survey results, travel bans caused by the continued COVID-19 pandemic influenced the decision to move the Seoul event date to later this year.

YB Kim, Sr. Project Manager of KINTEX stated: “By moving the event date to November 18-20, we can include additional impressive speakers to the lineup, five more co-located events, and hundreds of international buyers around the globe.”

Since 2018, formidable organizations including 3DPrint.com, SmarTech Analysis, 3DR Holdings and KINTEX have co-produced Inside 3D Printing Seoul each year and this year’s conference will be further improved to provide the best marketing platform to 90+ exhibitors, sponsors and 9,000+ buyers from around the world.

If interested in exhibiting or speaking opportunities for the forthcoming Seoul event taking place on November 18-20, please contact the Inside 3D Printing Secretariat ([email protected]) or visit our website (www.inside3dprinting.com/seoul) for more information.

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