WHY SPONSOR OR EXHIBIT?
The annual Forest Products Society International Convention (IC) is the premier event for professionals in the forest products industry. The Convention brings together hundreds of scientists, design professionals, managers, decision makers, and others from academia, government, nonprofit, and private industry sectors to discuss the state of forest products research and learn about innovations in the field. Attended by Forest Products Society members and non-members, the Convention is the perfect venue to build new professional connections with top researchers from around the world and reconnect with colleagues and friends in the field. Wood remains one of our most important renewable construction materials – a natural resource that contributes to the social, economic, and environmental sustainability of the planet.
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The IC is a showcase for ideas: research, development, philosophy, technology. The boundaries between industry sectors are gone. Cross-pollination is the goal. Be part of a thriving community working toward a global green economy.
The FPS IC is THE place where wood science professionals from industry and top researchers from around the world build new professional connections and reconnect with colleagues and friends in the field. It is the place to learn about the latest developments in timber engineering and in forest products research and application. Academics and students from leading wood science programs will present their latest research.
- PRIVATE INDUSTRY
WHY DO THEY ATTEND?
- EXPLORE AND DISCUSS WOOD SCIENCE AT ITS SOURCE
- MAKE REAL-WORLD CONNECTIONS
- RENEW FRIENDSHIPS WITH PROFESSIONAL COLLEAGUES
- EXPOSURE TO LATEST INNOVATIONS
- MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS
- RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE IN THE INDUSTRY
FOREST PRODUCTS SOCIETY
Founded in 1947, the Society’s mission is to contribute to global stewardship by encouraging the social, economic, and environmentally sustainable use of wood and other renewable cellulosic materials.
“The Forest Products Society has the power to attract professionals from all over the world, and the IC is a great example of that.”