Lasers & Photonics Marketplace Seminar early bird discount extended

San Francisco, CA--To be held in conjunction with Photonics West on Monday, January 23rd at the W hotel in San Francisco, the early bird discount has been extended to December 30th for the Lasers & Photonics Marketplace Seminar (www.marketplaceseminar.com), the only comprehensive overview of the laser markets, presented by Laser Focus World (www.laserfocusworld.com). By registering for the seminar at www.marketplaceseminar.com/index/registration.html by December 30th, early birds can save $300 off the full conference price.

In addition to a keynote presentation from Milton Chang, our own Laser Focus World chief editor Conard Holton will introduce the seminar and present, later in the day, “Hot Markets: Photonics and Nonindustrial Robots.” A full conference agenda is available at www.marketplaceseminar.com/index/conference.html.

On the heels of the great recession, laser markets bounced back extremely well in 2010 and 2011. But the same 2011 laser market uncertainty continues into 2012, with Europe’s sovereign debt crisis and a potential China slowdown front and center in the thoughts of most laser and photonics manufacturers.

Don't miss a minute of the Seminar where Tom Hausken from Strategies Unlimited details the various laser market segments, their 2011 sales, and a forecast going into 2012. David Belforte from Industrial Laser Solutions will also provide a summary of the industrial laser markets as he has in previous years.

The all-day event offers many other presentations for CEOs, marketing and product managers, business development managers, and anyone with a keen interest in understanding how the laser markets will fare in 2012 and beyond.

SOURCE: Laser Focus World Lasers & Photonics Marketplace staff; www.marketplaceseminar.com

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