The UK's largest annual exhibition for the entire laboratory industry
Lab Innovations is the UK’s largest annual trade exhibition dedicated to the entire laboratory industry, uniting +3,860 laboratory decision makers with +160 laboratory suppliers and manufacturers across all sectors.
Held in November later this year, exhibiting will give you the opportunity to build that all important pipeline for a strong 2021. Securing your space today will give you immediate digital exposure as well as marketing and PR support to keep you connected and engaged with lab professionals in the coming months.
As a visitor you can source innovative new technologies, network with peers and earn CPD points in the free-to-attend conference programme. Supported by some of the UK’s top science institutions, it is a key event for powering the business of science.
Join us again on 4 & 5 November 2020!
2019 highlights from Lab Innovations
Lab Innovations celebrated its 8th edition on 30 & 31 October 2019, beating all records for the event. Attracting 3,860 attendees – an impressive 24% increase on the previous year – this makes it the largest Lab Innovations to date. Over 160 exhibitors displayed a diverse and innovative product offering to visitors from more sectors than ever before, emphasising the event’s place as the UK’s largest annual trade exhibition dedicated to the entire laboratory industry.
What to expect at Lab Innovations 2020?
Lab Innovations offers a range of show features, networking events and free-to-attend conferences to maximise your time out of the lab. Lab Innovations will help you build connections, get tailored advice from industry experts and learn about sustainable initiatives in the lab.
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Your visitor badge also gives you access to Advanced Engineering, the UK’s largest exhibition for advanced manufacturing in Hall 2, 3 and 3a. This year a new Medical Device Engineering zone will launch on the Advanced Engineering floor. Here you can discover high performance medical device design and manufacturing in the new dedicated medical device zone.