2021 Motion + Power Technology Expo
September 14 – 16, 2021
St. Louis, Missouri
AGMA’s Motion + Power Technology (MPT) Expo, supported by NFPA, is set to take place in-person in St. Louis, Missouri on September 14 – 16, 2021. Digital tools have helped facilitate vital group meetings and one-on-one interactions during the past year, but AGMA looks forward to meeting once again, offline. An in-person tradeshow floor is an ideal place for:
- Live product displays and demonstrations
- Exploring new brands, technologies and innovations
- Positive impressions on interested customers that lead to deals
- Serendipitous connections that are difficult to replicate in a virtual forum
Vaccine accessibility developments continue to solidify the return of in-person experiences. The opportunity to meet with customers face-to-face, especially in a fluid power-focused setting, has become incredibly valuable after months away. NFPA members can take advantage of the return of in-person trade shows to network, learn and conduct business by attending the 2021 MPT Expo.
For more information and to reserve your booth space for this year’s event in St. Louis, contact Christine at (703) 706-8252 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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