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Welcome to SupplySide Connect, a new online Directory that will help you explore the companies and products shown at SupplySide West & SupplySide East. Use this to plan your trade show experience ahead of time, connect with exhibitors at the show or find a supplier to support your innovation efforts.
The SupplySide Directory tab gives you access to company-level information about the Exhibitors who will be at the upcoming events, and information about past Exhibitors. You can contact those companies to set up a time to meet or request more information about the listed products on their profile page.
The Product Category tabs give you access to thousands of products across different applications. All information is searchable and is updated daily by current SupplySide exhibitors.
We’re still working on improving the data, and making it deeper and broader coverage of the industry, so check back often! And please, give us your feedback on how we can improve this new resource to better support our industry!
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