Mediabistro's Inside 3D Printing Conference Announces First Major 3D Printing Trade Show

In South Korea, June 12-13 at Kintex

NEW YORK--Mediabistro Inc. (Nasdaq:MBIS) announced that its Inside 3D Printing trade show June12-13 at Kintex will be South Korea's first major 3D printing event.


Exhibitors include some of the biggest and most influential companies in 3D printing, including Stratasys, ROKIT, Materialise, Canon Korea Business Solutions Inc., ESUN, and more. Joining the Maker Pavilion will be 3D Items, Alien Technology, AM Solutions, Intelli Korea, Make: Korea, Naturalise, Open Creators, and Studio MOA. Also hosting exhibits at Inside 3D Printing South Korea will be 3D Convergence Technology Center, 3Developer, AJ Networks, Artec Group, Ateam Ventures, Carima, Cybermed, Daelim Chemical Co., Ltd., Gyeonggi Convention Bureau, KITECH, K-Tech, Saehan Electronics Co., Ltd., Sundo Solutions, Vision Tech, and Wonik Cube. MBot 3D will be joining the event as a sponsor.

ROKIT and Stratasys, two leaders in 3D printing technology, will be the event's platinum sponsors. Materialise is the Silver Sponsor.

For complete information on Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, visit http://inside3dprinting.com.

If your company is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting, contact us at 3dprinting.sponsors@mediabistro.com.

About Mediabistro Inc.

Mediabistro Inc. (Nasdaq: MBIS) is a leading Internet media company that provides services for social media, traditional media, and creative professionals. Mediabistro is a leading producer of 3D printing and Bitcoin trade shows. Service offerings include an online job board, news and analysis, trade shows and events, online and in-person courses, and research products.

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