April 23, 2010, 3:45 PM

Internet Retailer Conference Exhibit Hall sells out

All exhibit space at the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition June 8-11 at McCormick Place West in Chicago has sold out, exhibition director Steve Rogers reports.

All exhibit space at the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition June 8-11 at McCormick Place West in Chicago has sold out, exhibition director Steve Rogers reports.

“As projected, the IRCE 2010 Exhibit Hall sold out last week and already has 22 companies on a waiting list,” Rogers says. “This year’s Exhibit Hall will display solutions from 408 companies, which is by far the largest exhibit hall ever assembled specifically for e-retailing technology. We are excited to see not only the number of exhibitors but also the number of solutions being presented on the show floor.”

The sell-out of the 170,000-square-foot Exhibit Hall comes as the conference is experiencing record registrations that are more than 40% ahead of last year. Total attendance at the conference is now expected to be more than 6,000.

“If you can’t find your technology needs at IRCE, it most likely does not exist,” Rogers says.

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