2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual
virtual exhibit
NanoSPRINT – NSTI Virtual Exhibit FAQ
What is the typical workflow for developing a presentation?
Initial contact: After confirmation of your interest, NanoSPRINT's communication specialists will contact you for a short discussion on your communication targets at the conference. Estimated time 1h.
Presentation storyboard: Requires no time commitment from you and it includes the preparation of a scenario by NanoSPRINT’s scientific analysts. The storyboard will be based on whitepapers, scientific publications or patents provided by the customer.
Storyboard validation: You have the opportunity to review the Presentation scenario and remove/add sections.
Storyboard implementation: NanoSPRINT's graphic design team will then transpose the scenario into a virtual presentation.
Final validation: During the final validation stage you may suggest corrections to the final graphical representation.
What is the minimum length of a presentation?
The minimum length of a presentation is 1 minute. Typical presentations are 3 to 4 minutes long but can be customized for your needs and budget.
Were there any similar events?
NanoSPRINT has also successfully organized the NanoSPRINT – NSTI Virtual Exhibits at the 2005 and 2006 Nanotech Conference and Tradeshow.
http://www.nsti.org/Nanotech2005/NanoSPRINT/ http://www.nsti.org/Nanotech2006/expo/NanoSPRINT/
See some sample presentations here.
How to participate?
For additional information or if you are interested in exhibiting at the NanoSPRINT- NSTI Virtual Exhibit,
please contact contact@nanosprint.com.
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About NanoSPRINT
NanoSPRINT provides information services and decision-making tools for nanotechnology professionals.
NanoSPRINT combines technical expertise in nanotechnology with experience in the development of tools for communication, training and foresight. NanoSPRINT’s content-based products include the Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, a tool for the exploration, analysis and monitoring of all the relevant information on carbon nanotubes.
About NSTI
The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI) was created in 1997 and chartered with the promotion and integration of small technologies through education, technology and business development. The NSTI is the founder and manager of the world's most comprehensive small technology scientific and business event, the annual Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show (Nanotech). The NSTI provides technical, informational and business services to industrial and governmental organizations worldwide.

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