MecklerMedia Announces 3D Print Week New York

April 13-17, 2015 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City

NEW YORK, Nov. 25, 2014 -- MecklerMedia Corporation (OTCQX: MECK) today announced that 3D Print Week will take place April 13-17, 2015 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City with additional venues throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.


3D Print Week New York will consist of a series of events and activities which aim to spread awareness of the creative and professional opportunities available within the 3D printing industry.

The 3D Print Design Show, taking place at the Javits Center on April 15-17, will serve as one of 3D Print Week New York's official events. The 3D Print Design Show will offer free admission and feature displays of 3D printed art, fashion, and product designs from various artists and companies.

Also occurring as part of 3D Print Week New York is the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, produced by MecklerMedia, 3D Printing Industry, and 3DPrint.com on April 15-17 at the Javits Center. Inside 3D Printing will explore the technical and business strategies of 3D printing over three days of tutorials, seminars, keynotes, and exhibits.

For more information, visit 3DPrintWeekNY.com.

To sponsor or host an official event, please contact events@mecklermedia.com.

About MecklerMedia
MecklerMedia (OTCQX: MECK) is the leading producer of global trade shows, conferences, and digital publications covering 3D printing, cryptocurrency, robotics, and social media. MecklerMedia produces more than 25 conferences annually, including Inside 3D Printing, Inside Bitcoins, 3D Print Design Show, and Allfacebook Marketing Conference. MecklerMedia's news sites include Inside Bitcoins News, 3D Printing Industry, and Allfacebook.de, which provide up-to-date coverage to help drive business forward.

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