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SIGGRAPH 2003 Exhibition Management
Hall-Erickson, Inc.
98 East Naperville Road
Westmont, Illinois 60559 USA
+1.630.434.7779
+1.630.434.1216 fax

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[Meet the Power Buyers]

Buyers will arrive at SIGGRAPH 2003 with approved plans to purchase products, systems, and services during the 12-month period following the Exhibition. Following SIGGRAPH 2001, more than one-third of attendees planned to spend over $50,000 annually, and the average expenditure for the type of products exhibited was $231,000.


Reach an Exclusive Audience


Forty-five percent of the SIGGRAPH 2001 audience indicated that this will be the only trade show they attend this year. SIGGRAPH attracts a devoted and loyal audience. In fact, no other computer industry show attracts more than 12% of the SIGGRAPH audience.

SIGGRAPH 2003 Will Attract a Broad Range of Industries

SIGGRAPH 2003 is the place where you can meet face-to-face with representatives from the top organizations in the industry. Ninety percent of attendees come to SIGGRAPH with buying influence for one or more of the products displayed in the Exhibition.

SIGGRAPH 2003 Attendees Seek the Products That Will Help Them Succeed

These are the people who search for and purchase the products and technologies that will help their companies be more productive and their employees work at a higher, more efficient level.

Ready for Business

Attendees come to experience first-hand the latest technologies and products in the Exhibition. Ninety-five percent of the SIGGRAPH 2001 audience spent multiple hours in the Exhibition, and the average attendee spent more than nine hours on the exhibit floor over the three days of the Exhibition.