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Why Exhibit?

Exhibiting at ABX


8,000 design and construction professionals attend ABX to find new products and technologies that advance the building industry; to stay in-the-know on trends and issues; and to socialize with colleagues, new and old. ABX is the place to reach architects, contractors, engineers, and other design professionals.

The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) is one of the largest chapters of the American Institute of Architects with a 30-year history producing the largest regional event for the A/E/C industry.  

Dates & Location

November 28-29, 2018
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC)

415 Summer St. | Boston, MA 02210

START A CONTRACT  VIEW THE FLOOR PLAN

Exhibit Space Rates (per square foot)

  • Standard Booth - $36.95
  • Corner Booth - $40.65
  • Peninsula - $42.50
  • Island - $44.35

What comes with  my booth space?    

  • 150 free exhibit hall passes to invite your current and future clients
  • One free conference session per 100 sf of booth space
  • One booth ID sign for inline booths
  • Your company's listing in the pre-show Attendee Brochure and onsite Expo Guide
  • Your company listing on abexpo.com online

All ABX exhibitors will also receive a complimentary account on CONNECT, an online product directory featuring your company profile, unlimited products upload, a marketing and trends dashboard, and unlimited leads.

Need a PDF of the contract - click here.

Contact  ABX Sales to get Started!

Brian Keefe
Boston Society of Architects/AIA
Sales Director
bkeefe@architects.org

617-391-4029


 

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