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OffWhite Off to Pittcon 2013, Philadelphia

Pittcon 2013On Monday, March 18, 2013, the OffWhite staff will start a two-day tour of the Pittcon 2013 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, where many of our clients will be rolling out new products and services to an international market. Making the trip will be Abby Spung, Steven Hollis, Nat Miller and Jane Cirigliano.

Because OffWhite specializes in the detail of technical marketing required to reveal the promise of new technologies in life science, biomedical, biotech, pharma and analytical instrumentation platforms that many marketing firms simply cannot address, we are committed to putting our feet on the ground here and abroad, on behalf of our current and future clients. It’s our way embracing a triangulated equation that includes our clients, their markets and our marketing infrastructure that has delivered successful outcomes since our firm was established 28 years ago.

We are committed to personal contact with customers, sales reps, international distributors, publishers and industry professionals. This one-on-one treatment enables the OffWhite staff to manage relationships required to position our clients’ interests at top-of-mind when technology purchasing decisions are made. Working with people from all over the world is what makes our contributions so meaningful and rewarding. If you are interested in meeting with us at Pittcon let us know when and where. Other meetings on our horizon include the Water Quality Association, Indianapolis; American Association of Cancer Research, Washington, DC; and others more specific to different markets.

For more information contact Bill White or Jane Cirigliano at 800-606-1610.

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