The list of Zoomark International 2011 exhibitors is now available

The list of Zoomark International 2011 exhibitors is now available on www.zoomark.it. It is still a provisional list, which is updated daily with new companies and new details.

The list also includes company profiles, where exhibitors introduce their activity, products, news and initiatives presented during the exhibition, from 12th to 15th May 2011. Through the web site it is possible to pre-register and generate the personal ticket for BolognaFiere (this service will be available soon). Thanks to its modern and captivating graphics, and to the user-friendly layout, www.zoomark.it offers several news and information: it is a useful tool to discover the exhibition with just a click. list of Zoomark International 2011 exhibitors


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