InfoToday 2001
InfoToday 2001
Invitation to Exhibit
ExhibitorsFloor PlansExhibitor Contract [PDF] 

InfoToday 2001 is:
  • the largest electronic information and knowledge management event in North America
  • the place to unveil new products and services
  • an opportunity to explore new business relationships
  • the place where industry standards are set
  • the most cost-effective method of meeting new prospects, keeping in touch with current customers and colleagues, and reviewing the dynamic information scene
Who should exhibit?
  • Electronic database publishers
  • Suppliers of knowledge management solutions
  • Publishers of Web content
  • New media publishers
  • Suppliers of information retrieval software
  • Corporate portal and intranet solutions providers
  • Online vendors and hosts
  • Industry associations and government and education institutions
  • E-business solutions providers
  • Suppliers of electronic publishing services of all kinds
  • Library automation and information management systems suppliers
  • Providers of competitive and business intelligence solutions
  • Hardware suppliers
  • Information suppliers and brokers
Special Exhibit Sections
InfoToday 2001 will feature two specific areas in the Exhibit Hall entirely devoted to companies displaying products or services related to knowledge management, the Internet, e-business, and library systems. These areas will be filled with high-quality prospects who have a special interest in a particular type of product or service.

Knowledge management, the Internet, intranets, and e-business make up an integral part of the information industry, with new products and services being added every day.

The E-Village in Americas Hall II provides a focus area for those companies wishing to highlight these products. From knowledge management solutions and intranet toolkits, to Internet connectivity suppliers, this section promises to have a diverse mix of exhibitors that will surely attract a crowd. 

Most importantly, InfoToday 2001, with its cutting-edge conference programming, provides an excellent backdrop for companies offering solid KM and e-business solutions.

E-Libraries Village
E-Libraries is one of the three core conferences at InfoToday 2001, allowing library managers and practitioners an opportunity to attend one event covering electronic information, knowledge management, and library systems.

This section of the Exhibit Hall is reserved for providers of online library systems and closely related services. 

E-Libraries attendees are your highest-quality prospects by virtue of their presence at the meeting, and the E-Libraries Village is always a favorite stop for them.

Whom to contact

Dave Panara, Exhibit Sales Manager

Carol Nixon, Exhibits Manager

Mike Zarrello, Exhibits/Advertising Sales Director

Information Today, Inc.
143 Old Marlton Pike
Medford, NJ 08055 
609-654-6266, fax: 609-654-4309 
Exhibit Hours
Tuesday, May 15, 2001  10 AM to 6 PM 
Wednesday, May 16, 2001  10 AM to 6 PM 
Thursday, May 17, 2001  10 AM to 3 PM 
Set up — 
Monday, May 14, 2001 
10 AM to 5 PM 
Breakdown — 
Thursday, May 17, 2001 
3 PM to 12 AM 
InfoToday 2001

It's all about convergence.

What we have witnessed first-hand is a convergence of interest among information professionals, IT professionals, and knowledge managers. The needs of today’s enterprises demand collaboration among the communities responsible for providing resources and platforms for sharing information and knowledge.

What we have done is create an event in which, for the first time, these communities can interact and learn from each other’s experiences and knowledge. We have organized the program into three core conferences—National Online 2001, KnowledgeNets 2001, and E-Libraries 2001. The exhibition, however, will span all three conferences under the InfoToday 2001 umbrella, and exhibitors will therefore have access to a unique blend of attendees interested in all facets of the information and knowledge management industries.

We like to think that we have created a gathering place broad enough to embrace all members of the information and knowledge communities without abandoning our deep roots in the online and electronic publishing marketplace. We believe that exhibitors in 2001 will continue to see a brisk and steady stream of their traditional customers while benefiting from the presence of a broader base of potential customers and business partners.

We invite you to witness and be part of a true milestone in the information and knowledge management industries. Please consider the many compelling reasons for exhibiting at InfoToday 2001 and then let us hear from you very soon!

Thomas H. Hogan
Information Today, Inc.

Delivering the right audience

InfoToday 2001 will attract an audience from all over the world. They are:

Press announcements and media coverage
InfoToday 2001 will attract widespread media attention, and key press representatives are invited to attend. Attendees will include journalists from leading national, international, and industry media. Exhibitors who wish to announce new products or services at InfoToday may send 100 copies of their press releases to Information Today, Inc. by April 20, 2001. These will be included in the press kits distributed at the meeting.

Extensive marketing campaign
Information Today, Inc. is planning a massive marketing campaign in order to insure a maximum of qualified attendees. Specific plans include:

Exhibitor benefits include: Hotel and travel
For your convenience, InfoToday 2001 exhibitors and attendees will be offered special discounts on hotel and airline reservations. Expo Travel Services, Inc. has been designated the official housing bureau and travel agency for the show, and further information will be sent to you following booth reservation.

Standard exhibit booth size is 8’ x 10’. However, the floor plan for 2001 has been configured to provide some 10’ x 10’ booths, as well as larger in-line and island booths. Please consult the floor plan to determine the actual dimensions and price of the booth of your choice. All booths include backdrop and siderails. The Exhibit Hall is not carpeted. Details on how to order carpet, furniture, electricity, and telecommunications will be available in the exhibitor manual, which will be sent to exhibitors approximately three months prior to the conference.


Conference Portfolio
Exhibitors wishing to include their product literature in the portfolio given to each registrant may do so. An insertion in the portfolio should weigh no more than one ounce, and each insertion costs $695. Reservations should be made before March 23, 2001, and material should be shipped to Information Today, Inc. for arrival no later than April 13, 2001.

Meeting Program
Full-page and half-page advertisements may be reserved in the Meeting Program at the following rates:
Full Page (7” x 10”): $1,795
Half Page (7” x 5”): $1,395
Premiums for inside covers are $400, and the premium for the back cover is $525. Premiums for special positions are $195. Closing date for camera-ready copy is March 30, 2001.

Advertising in associated publications
Information Today, Inc. publishes numerous titles for the information and library communities. These include Information Today, Computers in Libraries, Searcher, KMWorld,Link-Up, and MultiMedia Schools, all of which will have bonus circulations to be distributed at InfoToday 2001.

There are a variety of sponsorship opportunities available for exhibitors wishing to highlight their presence at this premier event.

Whom to contact
For further info on any of the above promotional opportunities please call Mike Zarrello at or 609-654-4888.

InfoToday 2001 Exhibitors

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