The Adhesive and Sealant Council’s (ASC) Spring Convention reportedly brought 450 attendees to Denver, CO, for two and half days of education, supply chain interaction and networking, making the event the sixth most well-attended convention in the past 25 years. Attendees heard about trends, issues and opportunities from primary sources: companies they sell to, agencies that directly regulate the industry, and organizations that have a vital stake in a vibrant, innovation-oriented industry.
The event delivered four keynotes, 39 convention program sessions, a sold-out Expo featuring 63 exhibitors and a waterborne short course. In addition, the event allowed leaders to reconnect and establish new business relationships during the first timers’ reception, welcome reception, CEO Lunch, and closing reception.
“A key value driver for ASC is the energy and commitment attendees put into getting the most out of their time together, and the Denver event was no exception,” said Matthew E. Croson, president. “In addition to the convention programming, supplier members and manufacturer members used the opportunity to discuss business conditions and get on the same page as the industry continues to respond to the slowly expanding economy.”
For additional information, visit www.ascouncil.org.